noun war·ran·dice \ˈwärəndə̇s\

Definition of warrandice



  1. :  an obligation or clause by which a grantor warrants that the right conveyed will be effectual under Scots law :  warranty

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Origin and Etymology of warrandice

Middle English, from Anglo-French warandise, alteration of Old North French warantise guarantee — more at warrantise

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to cast off or become cast off

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