|promise||word of honor|
|(Archaic) faithfulness, fidelity; truth; promise (e.g. betrothal), solemn vow||troth|
|(British) respect, dignity (alternate spelling for honor), show respect; fulfill a promise (alternate spelling for honor)||honour|
|active or operational state, agreement to marry, battle, commitment to attend, obligation; betrothal, promise to marry; period of employment; battle, fight, pledge for something, short job||engagement|
|admit fact, agree, demand, having stipules, make formal promise, require that certain conditions be met before the signing of a contract; specify, require; promise, guarantee (regarding a contract)||stipulate|
|affirm truth of something, declare something on oath, make somebody promise solemnly, pledge, vow, solemnly promise; curse, use obscene language; testify under oath (Law); bind by an oath, vow; curse, say something offensive, take an oath||swear|
|assert something, dedicate somebody, pledge something, pledge; make a solemn promise, pledge; solemn promise, religious promise, solemn pledge||vow|
|assurance, assure, certificate stating promise of quality, guarantee promise to be responsible for another, guarantor, guaranty, promise quality of goods or services, security; warranty; pledge; assurance, somebody receiving formal assurance, to accept...||guarantee|
|atone for human sin, buy something back, exchange something for money, keep a promise, make something acceptable, pay off, settle a debt through payment; regain through payment; convert an item into its cash value; deliver from sin or evil; fulfill, ca...||redeem|
|attribute of a color, cheerful manner, clarity, light emitted in particular direction, luminosity; radiance; cheerfulness; intelligence, cleverness; clarity, promise of success, smartness, strong light||brightness|
|be conditionally released from jail, conditional period, conditional release of prisoner, conditionally released from jail; pledge or promise made by a prisoner that he will obey the terms of his release, give prisoner parole, performance, prisoner of ...||parole|
|be disloyal; reveal a secret; deliver, hand over (to the enemy), deceive somebody, go against a promise, help an enemy, reveal something, surrender somebody or something treacherously||betray|
|being held as security, bind, deposit of property, drink to somebody, enroll student in a society, give something as security, pledgee, promise something, promise to join a university society, promise; obligation, undertaking; oath, vow; mortgage; toke...||pledge|
|beneficiary of covenant, on who accepts a promise via a formal agreement||covenantee|
|betroth, engage to be married, promise in marriage||affiance|
|borrow library book for longer, extend something, get new supply, give somebody or something new energy, make something new again, repeat promise, replace something worn, restore to good condition; restart, resume; refresh, revive; extend for an additi...||renew|
|break a promise, go back on a promise, fail to fulfill a pledge; fail to follow suit when it is possible to do so (Cards), not follow suit||renege|
|certainty, confidence, insurance against certainty, making something certain, pledge or promise, pledge; confidence, security||assurance|
|chance, probability of advancement or success; hope, promise; view, vista, scene; outlook, perspective; potential customer (Economics), direction faced, expectations of success, extensive outlook or scene, likely customer, look for something, mineral d...||prospect|
|committal, court order, institutionalizing somebody, loyalty, obligation, promise; act of committing, previously planned engagement, referral of bill for review, responsibility||commitment|
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