Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers
Division (II) Intersocial Volition
Section III. Conditional Intersocial Volition

771. Security.

   NOUN:SECURITY; guaranty, guarantee; gage, warranty, bond, tie, pledge, vadium vivum [L.], plight [rare], mortgage, vadium mortuum [L.], debenture, hypothec [Rom. & civil law], hypothecation, bill of sale, lien, pawn, pignoration; real security; vadium, collateral, bail; parole (promise) [See Promise].
  stake, deposit, earnest, handsel or hansel, handsale, caution [Scot. law].
  PROMISSORY NOTE; bill, – of exchange; I.O.U.; personal security, covenant.
  ACCEPTANCE, indorsement or endorsement, signature, execution, stamp, seal.
  SPONSOR, surety, bail, replevin; mainpernor, mainprise or mainprize [hist. law]; hostage; godchild, godfather, godmother; sponsion, sponsorship.
  RECOGNIZANCE; deed -, covenant- of indemnity.
  AUTHENTICATION, verification, warrant, certificate, voucher, docket or doquet [obs.]; record [See Record]; probate, attested copy.
  acquittance, quittance; discharge, release; receipt.
  MUNIMENTS, title deed, instrument; deed, deed poll, indenture; specialty; insurance; charter (compact) [See Compact]; charter poll; paper, parchment, settlement, will, testament, last will and testament, codicil.
   VERB:GIVE SECURITY, give bail, give substantial bail; go bail; handsel or hansel; pawn, put in pawn, pledge, put up the spout [slang], impawn or empawn [obs.], spout [slang], impignorate, mortgage, hypothecate.
  GUARANTEE, warrant, assure; accept, indorse or endorse, underwrite, insure.
  EXECUTE, stamp; sign, seal (evidence) [See Evidence].
  LET, set or sett [Scot. law]; grant -, take -, hold- a lease; hold in pledge; lend on security [See Lending].
   ADJECTIVE:PLEDGED, pawned &c. v.; secure; impignorate, pignorative [rare], in pawn, up the spout [slang]; at stake, on deposit, as earnest.
  SPONSORIAL, sponsional [rare]; as sponsor &c. n.
  LET, leased; held in pledge.
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  2. Gone where the woodbine twineth.
  3. Where there’s a will there’s a lawsuit.—Cynic’s Calendar