Tell and Warrant


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Tell verb – To give information to.
Usage example: tell me, when did you begin playing the violin?

Warrant and tell are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Warrant" instead a verb "Tell". dated substitute
Nearby Words: telling, teller
Synonyms for Tell


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Warrant verb – To assume responsibility for the satisfactory quality or performance of.
Tell and warrant are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Tell" instead a verb "Warrant".
Nearby Words: warranted, warranty, warrantable, warranting, warrantless
Synonyms for Warrant

Common collocations

name tell name warrant name
names tell names warrant names

Both words in one sentence

  • Web Animation / Bee and Puppycat Only time will tell.The pilot episode was released on Cartoon Hangover as Episode 4 of "Cartoon Hangover Shorts", but has since become popular enough to warrant a whole series.
  • Staff are trained to tell the caller to go to the nearest emergency department if he/she feels that his/her symptoms warrant it.
  • It's hard to tell if the titular ward is actually an example or just the result of the protagonist's insanity (she does do a few things that could warrant a certain amount of brutality).
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