Definition of 'surety'
Example sentences containing 'surety'
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Mary Kafko recommended her and went surety for her good behaviour. STAGE FRIGHT (2002)He looked kind and craggy and outdoorsy and she realised with a horrible surety that she fancied him. FALLEN WOMEN (2002)The surety that life would end was comforting, the certainty that every minute I was deciding to live, a relief. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)
Wulfgar must have rewarded her handsomely for her favor, for of a surety that baseborn knight had no social graces. THE WOLF AND THE DOVE (2002)
Trends of 'surety'
Used Occasionally. surety is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'surety'
British English: surety NOUN
A surety is money or something valuable which you give to someone to show that you will do what you have promised.
The insurance company will take warehouse stocks or treasury bonds as surety.
Definition of surety from the Collins English Dictionary
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