Oath

Oath,

Definition of Oath:

  1. A profane or offensive expression used to express anger or other strong emotions.

  2. Solemn affirmation or pronouncement (often accompanied by swearing to God, a revered person, scripture, or a national symbol such as the countrys constitution or flag) that what one is about to say is true, and he or she is bound by it. Lying under oath invites punishment, such as penalties for perjury.

  3. A solemn promise, often invoking a divine witness, regarding ones future action or behavior.

Synonyms of Oath

Swear word, Profanity, Expletive, Four-letter word, Dirty word, Obscenity, Imprecation, Curse, Malediction, Blasphemy, Vow, Sworn statement, Promise, Pledge, Avowal, Affirmation, Attestation, Word of honour, Word, Bond, Guarantee, Guaranty, Bible oath, Assurance, Avouch, Avouchment, Avow, Avowal, Curse, Cuss, Cuss word, Dirty name, Dirty word, Dysphemism, Epithet, Expletive, Extrajudicial oath, Faith, Foul invective, Guarantee, Guaranty, Imprecation, Ironclad oath, Judicial oath, Loyalty oath, Malediction, Naughty word, No-no, Oath of allegiance, Oath of office, Obscenity, Official oath, Parole, Pledge, Plight, Profane oath, Profanity, Promise, Solemn declaration, Solemn oath, Swear, Swearword, Sworn statement, Test oath, Troth, Vow, Warrant, Warranty, Word, Word of honor

How to use Oath in a sentence?

  1. They took an oath of allegiance to the king.
  2. He exploded with a mouthful of oaths.

Meaning of Oath & Oath Definition