indemnify

Indemnify vs Infringe - What's the difference?

indemnify | infringe |


As verbs the difference between indemnify and infringe

is that indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm while infringe is break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.

Defray vs Indemnify - What's the difference?

defray | indemnify |


As verbs the difference between defray and indemnify

is that defray is (obsolete) to spend (money) while indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm.

Indemnify vs Damnify - What's the difference?

indemnify | damnify |


As verbs the difference between indemnify and damnify

is that indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm while damnify is (obsolete) physically to damage; to injure.

Indemnify vs Counterbalance - What's the difference?

indemnify | counterbalance | Related terms |

Indemnify is a related term of counterbalance.


As verbs the difference between indemnify and counterbalance

is that indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm while counterbalance is to apply weight in order to balance an opposing weight.

As a noun counterbalance is

(literally) a weight that is put in opposition to an equal weight so it keeps that in balance.

Mitigate vs Indemnify - What's the difference?

mitigate | indemnify | Related terms |

Mitigate is a related term of indemnify.


As verbs the difference between mitigate and indemnify

is that mitigate is to reduce, lessen, or decrease while indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm.

Indemnify vs Underwrite - What's the difference?

indemnify | underwrite |


As verbs the difference between indemnify and underwrite

is that indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm while underwrite is to write below or under; subscribe.

Succor vs Indemnify - What's the difference?

succor | indemnify | Related terms |

Succor is a related term of indemnify.


As verbs the difference between succor and indemnify

is that succor is to give such assistance while indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm.

As a noun succor

is aid, assistance or relief given to one in distress; ministration.

Indemnify vs Remedy - What's the difference?

indemnify | remedy |


As verbs the difference between indemnify and remedy

is that indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm while remedy is to provide or serve as a remedy for.

As a noun remedy is

something that corrects or counteracts.

Lighten vs Indemnify - What's the difference?

lighten | indemnify | Related terms |

Lighten is a related term of indemnify.


As verbs the difference between lighten and indemnify

is that lighten is to alleviate; to reduce the burden of while indemnify is to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm.

Forfeiture vs Indemnify - What's the difference?

forfeiture | indemnify |


As a noun forfeiture

is (legal) a legal action whereby a person loses all interest in the forfeit property.

As a verb indemnify is

to secure against loss or damage; to insure or indemnify can be (obsolete|rare) to hurt, to harm.

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