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Another word for oath

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Noun
  1. A profane or obscene term

      1. A person, esp. one regarded as bad-tempered, annoying, etc.
      2. A stubborn or annoying person or animal.
      3. A curse.
      1. A word or phrase used in swearing or cursing; profane or obscene word or phrase
      2. Alternative spelling of swear word.
      1. (--- Linguistics) A word or other grammatical element that has no meaning but is needed to fill a syntactic position, such as the words it and there in the sentences It's raining and There are many books on the table.
      2. A word or phrase that does not contribute any meaning but is added only to fill out a sentence or a metrical line.
      3. A word, phrase, etc. not needed for the sense but used merely to fill out a sentence or metrical line, for grammar, rhythm, balance, etc.
      1. A disparaging or abusive word or phrase.
      2. A term used as a descriptive substitute for the name or title of a person, such as The Great Emancipator for Abraham Lincoln.
      3. (Biology) A word in the scientific name of an organism following the name of the genus and denoting a species, subspecies, variety, or cultivar, as sativa in Lactuca sativa.
      1. Evil or injury that seems to come in answer to a curse
      2. A profane word or phrase; a swearword.
      3. A calling on God or the gods to send evil or injury down on some person or thing
      1. Any remark or action held to be irreverent or disrespectful
      2. Irreverent or impious action or expression in regard to something considered inviolable or sacrosanct.
      3. Contemptuous or profane speech or action concerning God or a sacred entity.

Another word for oath

Noun
  1. An attestation of the truth

      1. The condition of being given or held as security for a contract, payment, etc.
      2. The condition of something thus given or held:
      3. A person who has been accepted for membership in a fraternity or similar organization and has promised to join but has not yet been initiated.
      1. A frank admission or acknowledgment.
      2. An open declaration of affirmation or admission of knowledge.
      1. An earnest, solemn appeal.
      2. A solemn charge or command
      3. A grave warning
      1. The writing or document containing such an agreement.
      2. An agreement between two or more people to do something, esp. one formally set forth in writing and enforceable by law; compact; covenant
      3. A document containing the terms of a contract
      1. (Law) Sworn testimony recorded for use in court at a later date.
      2. The act of depositing, especially the laying down of matter by a natural process.
      3. (Law) The testimony of a witness made under oath, but not in open court, and written down to be used when the case comes to trial
      1. Discourse or talk; speech:
      2. A command or direction; an order:
      3. News:
      1. Any form of evidence, indication, etc.; proof
      2. A declaration or statement made under oath or affirmation by a witness in a court, often in response to questioning, to establish a fact
      3. All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
      1. A solemn promise of love and fidelity
      2. An earnest promise to perform a specified act or behave in a certain manner, especially a solemn promise to live and act in accordance with the rules of a religious order:
      3. A solemn promise or pledge, esp. one made to God or a god, dedicating oneself to an act, service, or way of life
      1. A written declaration made under oath before a notary public or other authorized officer.
      2. (Law) A written statement given voluntarily and sworn to before a person authorized to administer oaths
      1. The act of affirming or the state of being affirmed; assertion.
      2. Something declared to be true; a positive statement or judgment.
      3. (Law) The assertion that the testimony one gives is true and equivalent to that which would be given while under oath.
  2. Curse

    See also:

    curse