swear an oath
to take an oath
- promised to reorganize the federal bureaucracy.
- To renounce or repudiate under oath.
- He swore to revenge himself [to be revenged] on his enemy.
- I could have sworn you said "meow".
- I could have sworn I heard voices saying, Is not he cute?
- After that quarrel, the girl swore that she would not let the young man set foot across her threshold.
- take one's dick
- To promise solemnly;pledge.
- To renounce under oath;forswear.
- Pledge oneself to; devote oneself to
- But if you refrain from making a vow, you will not be guilty.
- Vows made in storms are forgotten in calms
- I vowed that I love you.
- The property was pledged as security for loans.
- He pledged to fulfil his trust.
- You must not pledge your own health
- It's wrong to swear and shout.
- If you swear you will catch no fish.
- swear at; cuss out