guaranteed
I (definite) adjective agreed, assured, attested, certain, certified, committed, conclusive, definite, dependable, ensured, indubious, inevitable, pledged, promised, reliable, safe, secure, secured, solid, sure II (insured) adjective assured, covenanted, ensured, promissory, warranteed III index agreed (promised), certain (fixed), certain (positive), conclusive (determinative), definite, dependable, fully secured, indubious, inevitable, official, promissory, reliable, safe, secure (free from danger), solid (sound)

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