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Noun
Plural for a legal document authorizing actions or conduct related to the administration of justice
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“He then failed to answer a summons from the examining magistrate, and a warrant for his arrest was issued on 28th January 1997.”
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Plural for the authority or permission for an action or behavior
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“Did you interpret the instructions you were given to be a sufficient warrant for your actions at the time?”
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Plural for the basis or grounds for an action, belief, or feeling
“But he maintained that there is no warrant for reading into it that any discussion was intended to take place about the aforementioned atrocity.”
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Plural for a document that entitles the holder to receive goods, money, or services
“It says they are given a travel warrant and asked to sign a form.”
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Plural for a formal document granting or demanding certain rights or liberties
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Plural for a solemn promise or undertaking
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Plural for the action or fact of becoming qualified as a recognized practitioner of a profession or activity
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Plural for the power to decide or allow something
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Plural for an official formal accusation for a criminal offense, or the process by which it is brought to a jury
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Plural for an individual rule as part of a system of law or religious doctrine
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Plural for a thing serving as a visible or tangible representation of a fact, quality, feeling, etc
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Plural for an order for money to be paid (such as a check)
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Plural for an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action
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(rare) To require as a necessity
“Brainstorm with your staff to gather additional facts and think of details that will warrant your attention.”
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To officially affirm or guarantee
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“We, by no means, warrant the accuracy of this piece of natural history.”
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To merit or be a justification for
“It turned out that a fraud had been committed and that it had been serious enough to warrant the man's prosecution.”
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To accept as satisfactory or conforming to the required standards or rules
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“I think that his experience has not been sufficiently great to warrant his application as a man in charge of a party.”
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To bestow legal or official authority to
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“I conceive that if there are sufficient materials laid before the seneschal to warrant him to issue the attachment, he is irresponsible for the use which is made of it.”
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To allow or permit an action or activity
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To make lawful or valid
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Appear to be or do something, especially falsely
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