Pronunciation of Guarantee
/ɡˌaɹantˈiː/, /ɡˌaɹantˈiː/, /ɡ_ˌa_ɹ_a_n_t_ˈiː/

Synonyms for guarantee

guarantee (noun)

affirmation, assurance, bond, certification, collateral, contract, countersignature, insurance, lien, oath, pledge, promise, safeguard, security, token, warranty, word.

promise (noun)

agreement, arrangement, assurance, bond, compact, consent, contract, covenant, engagement, oath, obligation, pact, pledge, promise, stipulation, understanding, vow, mutual agreement.

promises (noun)

commitment, undertaking.

Sense 1 (noun)

answer for, attest, aver, buyer's market, call, declare, detail, direct marketing, endorse, evidence, evince, prove, support, testify, witness, aftermarket, stand behind, churn rate, cold call, credit rating, cross-selling, customer care.

Sense 2 (noun)

back, blue book, certificate, charter, document, dossier, mortgage, pawn, stake, wager, Annual Report, Consent Form, company report, concept statement, confidentiality agreement.

Sense 3 (noun)

beyond any doubt, certainty, certitude, confidence, hunch, surety, trust, firm/safe ground, gut feeling/instinct.

Sense 4 (noun)

commit, plight, vouchsafe, word of honor, solemn word, give (someone) your word.

Sense 5 (noun)

defend, guard, protect, save, shelter, shield, watch over, stand up for, keep (a) watch.

Sense 6 (noun)

bring about, catalyze, create, form, inaugurate, invent, make, start-off, trigger, set off.

Sense 7 (noun)

borrowing, compound interest, creditor, creditworthiness, creditworthy, extension, financier, foreclose, debt collector, borrowing power.

communication (noun)

guarantee, warrant, warrantee, warranty.

guarantee (noun)

affirmation, assurance, certification, collateral, contract, countersignature, guaranty, insurance, lien, oath, security, token, undertake, vouch, warrant, warrantee, warranty, word.

pledge, promise (noun)

agreement, assurance, attestation, bail, bargain, bond, certainty, certificate, certification, charter, collateral, contract, covenant, earnest, gage, guaranty, insurance, lock, oath, pawn, pipe, recognizance, security, sure thing, surety, testament, token, undertaking, vow, warrant, warranty, word, word of honor, deposit.

promise (noun)

agreement, arrangement, compact, covenant, engagement, obligation, pact, stipulation, understanding, mutual agreement.

promises (noun)


communication (verb)

guarantee, undertake, vouch.

guarantee (verb)

affirm, assure, bond, certify, countersign, ensure, insure, pledge, promise, safeguard, secure, vouch, warrant.

leave (verb)


pledge, promise (verb)

affirm, angel, answer for, assure, attest, aver, back, bankroll, certify, confirm, cosign, endorse, ensure, evidence, evince, get behind, grubstake, insure, juice, maintain, make sure, mortgage, protect, prove, reassure, secure, stake, support, swear, testify, wager, witness, stand behind, stand up for, sign for, make certain, vouch for, be surety for, bind oneself, give bond, make bail, pick up the check, pick up the tab.

promise (verb)

agree, consent, stipulate, swear, vow, assure, pledge, promise.

Sense 1

certainty, certitude, hunch, word of honor, solemn word.

Sense 2

acknowledgment, endorse, indemnify, trust.

Sense 3

bail out, confidence, defend.

Sense 4


Sense 7




Usage examples for guarantee

  1. You are her guardian- the Rector of Holby, of course- your name is sufficient guarantee." – Cord and Creese by James de Mille
  2. I will be guarantee for this trifling amount." – Castles in the Air by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  3. I do not know that it has been the practice of this country to guarantee the political institutions of another. – Selected-Speeches-on-British-Foreign-Policy-1738-1914 by Jones, Edgar R. (Edgar Rees), Sir
  4. I've got a word to say to Edward, and I'll guarantee he'll listen. – Nobody's Child by Elizabeth Dejeans

Idioms for guarantee

  1. guarantee against;
  2. guarantee against sth;
  3. guarantee sth against sth ( for sth);

Quotes for guarantee

  1. The same tools we need to use to keep this country safe by bringing terrorists to justice, because I guarantee you, if they have the opportunity and the means, they will take American lives.
  2. Because I could take this as an opportunity to create something that I pretty much guarantee nobody else was going to create in film.

Rhymes for guarantee