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warrant

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of warrant

  1. the approval by someone in authority for the doing of something some employees suspected that the supervisor had no warrant from the CEO for instituting the draconian work rules Synonyms of warrant allowance, authorization, clearance, concurrence, consent, granting, green light, leave, license (or licence), sanction, sufferance, permissionWords Related to warrant imprimatur, seal, signature, stamp; accreditation, certification; liberty, pass; concession, patent, permit; tolerance, toleration; acceptance, acquiescence, agreement, assent, OK (or okay); accord, grantNear Antonyms of warrant denial, refusal, rejection, revocation; taboo (also tabu); injunction, veto; deterrence, discouragement, repression, suppression; ban, embargo, exclusionAntonyms of warrant interdiction, prohibition, proscription


warrant

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of warrant

  1. 1 to assume responsibility for the satisfactory quality or performance of the computer company unconditionally warrants all of its products for one full year Synonyms of warrant guarantee, guaranty Words Related to warrant attest, authenticate, avouch, certify, testify (to), vouch (for), witness; assure, bond, contract, covenant; pledge, plight, stipulate, swear, undertake, vow; adhere, assert, aver, avow, declare, insist; insure

  2. 2 to give official acceptance of as satisfactory the state constitution warrants these measures Synonyms of warrant accredit, approbate, authorize, clear, confirm, finalize, formalize, homologate, OK (or okay), ratify, sanction, approveWords Related to warrant accept, acknowledge, affirm; certify, endorse (also indorse), validate; bless, canonize, sanctify; initial, rubber-stamp, sign, sign off (on); allow, enable, legalize, license (also licence), pass, permit; reapproveNear Antonyms of warrant ban, enjoin, forbid, illegalize, interdict, prohibit, proscribe; disregard, ignore, neglect, overlook; rebuff, rebut, refuse, spurnAntonyms of warrant decline, deny, disallow, disapprove, negative, reject, turn down, veto

  3. 3 to have as a requirement the situation warrants your immediate attention Synonyms of warrant bear, challenge, claim, demand, necessitate, require, take, want, needWords Related to warrant entail, involve; ask, beg, claim, clamor (for), cry (for); hurt (for), lack; command, enjoin, exact, insist, press, quest, stipulateNear Antonyms of warrant own, possessAntonyms of warrant have, hold

  4. 4 to state as a fact usually forcefully we'll all be dead before that happens, I warrant Synonyms of warrant affirm, allege, assert, aver, avouch, avow, contend, declare, insist, maintain, profess, protest, purport, claimWords Related to warrant announce, broadcast, proclaim; argue, rationalize, reason; confirm, justify, vindicate; defend, persevere, support, uphold; reaffirm, reassertNear Antonyms of warrant abandon; disavow, disclaim, disown, negate, negative, reject, repudiate; challenge, dispute, question; confute, disprove, rebut, refute; contradict, counterAntonyms of warrant deny, gainsay

  5. 5 to give official or legal power to bailiffs are warranted to enforce the subpoena Synonyms of warrant accredit, certify, charter [British], commission, empower, enable, invest, license (also licence), qualify, vest, authorizeWords Related to warrant approve, clear, credential, endorse (also indorse), OK (or okay), sanction; affirm, confirm, validate; inaugurate, induct, initiate, install, instate, swear in; allow, let, permit; enfranchise, entitle, privilegeNear Antonyms of warrant ban, bar, block, constrain, deny, disallow, disbar, discourage, disenfranchise, disfranchise, exclude, hinder, hold back, impede, inhibit, obstruct, prevent, shut out, stop; enjoin, forbid, interdict, outlaw, prohibit, proscribe, vetoAntonyms of warrant disqualify



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