The Correct spelling is: warrant
Common misspellings of the word warrant are:
How do you spell warrant?. It is not warrent
tr.v., -rantÂ·ed, -rantÂ·ing, -rants.
- Authorization or certification; sanction, as given by a superior.
- Justification for an action or a belief; grounds: â€œHe almost gives his failings as a warrant for his greatnessâ€ (Garry Wills).
- Something that provides assurance or confirmation; a guarantee or proof: a warrant of authenticity; a warrant for success.
- An order that serves as authorization, especially:
- A voucher authorizing payment or receipt of money.
- Law. A judicial writ authorizing an officer to make a search, seizure, or arrest or to execute a judgment.
- A warrant officer.
- A certificate of appointment given to a warrant officer.
- To guarantee or attest to the quality, accuracy, or condition of.
- To guarantee or attest to the character or reliability of; vouch for.
- To guarantee (a product).
- To guarantee (a purchaser) indemnification against damage or loss.
- To guarantee the immunity or security of.
- To provide adequate grounds for; justify. See synonyms at justify.
- To grant authorization or sanction to (someone); authorize or empower.
- Law. To guarantee clear title to (real property).
[Middle English warant, from Old North French, of Germanic origin.]warrantability war'rantÂ·aÂ·bil'iÂ·ty or war'rantÂ·aÂ·bleÂ·ness n.
warrantable war'rantÂ·aÂ·ble adj.
warrantably war'rantÂ·aÂ·bly adv.
warrantless war'rantÂ·less adj.