Guaranteeing [verb]

Definition of Guaranteeing:

pledge, promise

Opposite/Antonyms of Guaranteeing:

Sentence/Example of Guaranteeing:

In fact, it was a renewable-energy loan guarantee program included in that stimulus bill that financed the high-profile “failure” of Solyndra.

There’s no guarantee moderates will get on board, but there’s a plethora of ideas for making the American economy and people’s financial lives better.

Powell testified that the Main Street program was seeing little demand for loans under $1 million, and that even smaller loans often require borrowers to put up some sort of personal guarantee to make the loan.

In fact, it’s more of a spider’s web, and there’s no guarantee our young heroes will escape alive.

That said, it should be noted that the interim job is in no way a guarantee of scoring a permanent seat in the corner office, so while we don’t get to add a fresh hash mark to the tally, her achievement is progress nonetheless.

There is, of course, no guarantee that the vaccine is safe and effective enough for mass distribution.

Even if the movie is a hit, it’s no guarantee he can overcome what has historically been a persistent and deeply ingrained stigma to achieve future success in the mainstream industry.

These days, there are no such guarantees, and most of us aren’t traveling at all, let alone ordering one from room service.

This is known as the coverage guarantee for patients with preexisting conditions.

Snapchat is sounding advertisers out on whether they’d spend money on its ads on the guarantee that they reach more people more often.