promise[ prom-is ]SEE DEFINITION OF promise
Synonyms for promise
- promissory note
- sacred word
- word of honor
Antonyms for promise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROMISE
I promise you I shall not, Mr. Bines; they can row if they like.
Hester Paine, as a young lady, fulfills the promise of her girlhood.
Knife, however, must promise to leave his land to his son-in-law in case he died.
She was trying to extort a promise that she should appear in its pages, which, as we all remember, she did.
According to my promise, I saw the minister on the following day.
My promise is spoken; yours unspoken, but not the less real and solemn.
If we would promise we must put ourselves in a position to perform our promise.
He also received the promise of 240 votes of other electors.
I come before you and assume the Presidency at a moment rich with promise.
Yet the promise of this life is imperiled by the very genius that has made it possible.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PROMISE
- carte blanche
- rubber stamp
- stamp of approval