noun war·ran·tor \ˌwr-ən-ˈtr, ˌwär-; ˈwr-ən-tər, ˈwär-\

Definition of WARRANTOR

:  one that warrants or gives a warranty

Variants of WARRANTOR

war·ran·tor also war·rant·er \ˈwr-ən-tər, ˈwär-\

First Known Use of WARRANTOR

15th century


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