All affiance synonyms

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verb affiance

  • marry β€” to take in marriage: After dating for five years, I finally asked her to marry me.
  • catch β€” If you catch a person or animal, you capture them after chasing them, or by using a trap, net, or other device.
  • undertake β€” to take upon oneself, as a task, performance, etc.; attempt: She undertook the job of answering all the mail.
  • affirm β€” If you affirm that something is true or that something exists, you state firmly and publicly that it is true or exists.
  • assure β€” If you assure someone that something is true or will happen, you tell them that it is definitely true or will definitely happen, often in order to make them less worried.
  • declare β€” If you declare that something is true, you say that it is true in a firm, deliberate way. You can also declare an attitude or intention.
  • bind β€” If something binds people together, it makes them feel as if they are all part of the same group or have something in common.
  • contract β€” A contract is a legal agreement, usually between two companies or between an employer and employee, which involves doing work for a stated sum of money.
  • vow β€” a solemn promise, pledge, or personal commitment: marriage vows; a vow of secrecy.
  • promise β€” a declaration that something will or will not be done, given, etc., by one: unkept political promises.
  • commit β€” If someone commits a crime or a sin, they do something illegal or bad.
  • covenant β€” A covenant is a formal written agreement between two or more people or groups of people which is recognized in law.
  • pledge β€” a solemn promise or agreement to do or refrain from doing something: a pledge of aid; a pledge not to wage war.
  • oblige β€” to require or constrain, as by law, command, conscience, or force of necessity.
  • hook β€” a curved or angular piece of metal or other hard substance for catching, pulling, holding, or suspending something.
  • vouch β€” to support as being true, certain, reliable, etc. (usually followed by for): Her record in office vouches for her integrity.
  • betroth β€” to promise to marry or to give in marriage
  • pass β€” to move past; go by: to pass another car on the road.
  • obligate β€” to bind or oblige morally or legally: to obligate oneself to purchase a building.
  • tie β€” to bind, fasten, or attach with a cord, string, or the like, drawn together and knotted: to tie a tin can on a dog's tail.
  • agree β€” If people agree with each other about something, they have the same opinion about it or say that they have the same opinion.
  • guarantee β€” a promise or assurance, especially one in writing, that something is of specified quality, content, benefit, etc., or that it will perform satisfactorily for a given length of time: a money-back guarantee.

noun affiance

  • promise β€” a declaration that something will or will not be done, given, etc., by one: unkept political promises.
  • pact β€” an agreement, covenant, or compact: We made a pact not to argue any more.
  • word β€” Microsoft Word
  • commitment β€” Commitment is a strong belief in an idea or system.
  • agreement β€” An agreement is a formal decision about future action which is made by two or more countries, groups, or people.
  • obligation β€” something by which a person is bound or obliged to do certain things, and which arises out of a sense of duty or results from custom, law, etc.
  • assurance β€” If you give someone an assurance that something is true or will happen, you say that it is definitely true or will definitely happen, in order to make them feel less worried.
  • assertion β€” a positive statement, usually made without an attempt at furnishing evidence
  • warranty β€” an act or an instance of warranting; assurance; authorization; warrant.
  • pawn β€” to deposit as security, as for money borrowed, especially with a pawnbroker: He raised the money by pawning his watch.
  • consent β€” If you give your consent to something, you give someone permission to do it.
  • profession β€” a vocation requiring knowledge of some department of learning or science: the profession of teaching. Compare learned profession.
  • stipulation β€” a condition, demand, or promise in an agreement or contract.
  • plight β€” Archaic. pledge.
  • insurance β€” the act, system, or business of providing financial protection for property, life, health, etc, against specified contingencies, such as death, loss, or damage, and involving payment of regular premiums in return for a policy guaranteeing such protection
  • compact β€” Compact things are small or take up very little space. You use this word when you think this is a good quality.
  • betrothal β€” A betrothal is an agreement to be married.
  • avowal β€” open acknowledgment or declaration
  • warrant β€” authorization, sanction, or justification.
  • earnest β€” serious in intention, purpose, or effort; sincerely zealous: an earnest worker.
  • asseveration β€” the act of asseverating.
  • affirmation β€” the act of affirming or the state of being affirmed
  • undertaking β€” the act of a person who undertakes any task or responsibility.
  • token β€” something serving to represent or indicate some fact, event, feeling, etc.; sign: Black is a token of mourning.
  • swear β€” to make a solemn declaration or affirmation by some sacred being or object, as a deity or the Bible.
  • marriage β€” (broadly) any of the diverse forms of interpersonal union established in various parts of the world to form a familial bond that is recognized legally, religiously, or socially, granting the participating partners mutual conjugal rights and responsibilities and including, for example, opposite-sex marriage, same-sex marriage, plural marriage, and arranged marriage: Anthropologists say that some type of marriage has been found in every known human society since ancient times. See Word Story at the current entry.
  • security β€” freedom from danger, risk, etc.; safety.
  • parole β€” language as manifested in the actual utterances produced by speakers of a language (contrasted with langue).
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