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Promise

Pronunciation of Promise
/pɹˈɒmɪs/, /pɹˈɒmɪs/, /p_ɹ_ˈɒ_m_ɪ_s/

Synonyms for promise:

affirmation (noun)

acknowledgment, admission, affirmation, approval, assertion, assurance, attestation, avowal, certification, confirmation, corroboration, declaration, endorsement, oath, pledge, proclamation, pronouncement, ratification, sanction, statement, submission, testimony, validation, verification, warranty.

agreement (noun)

acceptance, accession, accord, accordance, acquiescence, agreement, arrangement, assent, bond, capitulation, compact, concord, concordance, concurrence, consensus, consent, contract, covenant, deal, empathy, pact, pledge, settlement, stipulation, treaty, unanimity, understanding.

guarantee (noun)

affirmation, assurance, bond, certification, collateral, contract, countersignature, guarantee, insurance, lien, oath, pledge, safeguard, security, token, warranty, word.

promise (noun)

agreement, arrangement, assurance, bond, compact, consent, contract, covenant, engagement, guarantee, oath, obligation, pact, pledge, stipulation, understanding, vow, mutual agreement.

promises (noun)

undertaking.

Sense 1 (noun)

asseveration, betrothal, commitment, espousal, foretaste, indication, litmus test, parole, plight, preview, profession, signal, swearing, symptom, troth, word of honor, tip off.

Sense 2 (noun)

engage, precognition, prediction, premonition, presentiment, prophecy, undertake.

Sense 3 (noun)

commit, vouchsafe, give (someone) your word.

Sense 4 (noun)

chance, future, guaranty, likelihood, possibility, potentiality, probability, threat, sporting chance, solemn word.

Sense 5 (noun)

futuristic, potential, prospect, history will show/record/judge etc., the best/worst is yet to come, tomorrow is another day, what the future holds.

affirmation (noun)

acknowledgment, admission, affirmation, approval, assertion, assurance, attestation, avowal, certification, confirmation, corroboration, declaration, endorsement, oath, proclamation, pronouncement, ratification, statement, submission, testimony, validation, verification, warranty.

agreement (noun)

acceptance, accession, accord, accordance, acquiescence, agreement, arrangement, bond, capitulation, compact, concord, concordance, concurrence, consensus, covenant, deal, empathy, pact, settlement, stipulation, treaty, unanimity, understanding.

expectation (noun)

anticipation.

guarantee (noun)

collateral, countersignature, insurance, lien, security, token, word.

hope, possibility (noun)

ability, aptitude, capability, capacity, encouragement, flair, outlook, potential, talent, good omen.

one's word that something will be done (noun)

affiance, affirmation, agreement, asseveration, assurance, avowal, betrothal, bond, commitment, compact, consent, contract, covenant, earnest, engagement, espousal, guarantee, insurance, marriage, oath, obligation, pact, parole, pawn, pledge, plight, profession, promissory note, security, stipulation, swear, swearing, token, troth, undertaking, vow, warrant, warranty, word, word of honor, sacred word.

promise (noun)

anticipate, assure, call, engagement, forebode, foretell, hope, obligation, predict, prognosticate, mutual agreement.

affirm (verb)

acknowledge, adjure, admit, assert, assure, attest, aver, avouch, certify, claim, contend, corroborate, declare, express, maintain, proclaim, profess, pronounce, propound, ratify, set down, state, submit, support, sustain, testify, validate, verify, warrant, accept, affirm, approve, endorse, pledge.

agree (verb)

accede, accept, acquiesce, affirm, agree, approve, assent, bless, capitulate, concur, conform, consent, contract, cooperate, empathize, endorse, pledge, sanction, stipulate, welcome.

bring hope, possibility (verb)

augur, bespeak, betoken, bode, denote, encourage, forebode, foreshadow, foretoken, hint, indicate, like, look, omen, portend, presage, suggest, hold out hope, give hope, hold probability, lead to expect, seem likely, show signs of.

endeavor (verb)

undertake.

give word that something will be done (verb)

accede, affirm, agree, answer for, assent, assure, bargain, betroth, bind, commit, declare, engage, ensure, espouse, hock, insure, live up to, mortgage, obligate, pass, profess, secure, stipulate, string along, subscribe, undertake, underwrite, vouch, asservate, cross heart, say so, swear on bible, swear up and down, take an oath.

guarantee (verb)

countersign, ensure, guarantee, insure, safeguard, secure, vouch, affirm, assure, bond, certify, pledge, warrant.

hope (verb)

encouragement, outlook, sign.

leave (verb)

permission.

promise (verb)

swear, vow, agree, assure, consent, guarantee, pledge, stipulate.

Sense 1

augury, avow, barometer, bellwether, betroth, commitment, farsighted, feasibility, foretaste, hire, indication, intimation, likelihood, potentiality, precognition, predictor, premonition, prescient, presentiment, prophesy, specter, symptom, troth, word of honor, sporting chance, agree to, figure on, solemn word, ill wind.

Sense 2

enticement, futuristic, litmus test, outlook, potential, prophetic, sacrament, subscribe, suggestion, tendency.

Sense 3

chance, odds, possibility, preview, prophecy, prospect, resolution, threat, wish, tip off.

Sense 4

scent, smell.

Sense 5

sign, tip.

Sense 6

engage, future, room, signal.

Sense 7

commit.

assurance

guaranty.

likelihood

probability.

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