In his speech about the Afghan withdrawal, Obama vowed to “rebuild our infrastructure” at home.
The Guardian has vowed to appeal to the High Court to get the letters released.
When pressed about whether TV is his next frontier, Zee laughed and vowed to “never say never.”
Obama understands the political reality for the coming year is more gridlock, and vowed to “fight obstruction with action.”
Early on in the games, Francis vowed that he would not pray for Argentina to win, and would instead remain neutral.
I vowed the captain was no friend of mine; yet I believed him honest.
I have promised and vowed some things in your name which I think you are bound to perform.
And nestled there, she vowed that she would keep the answer there.
Flaxman shrugged his shoulders and vowed he had been doing nothing.
And all save Fraser vowed stormily that Matthews would be called to account.
c.1300, from Anglo-French and Old French vou, from Latin votum "a vow, wish, promise, dedication," noun use of neuter of votus, past participle of vovere "to promise solemnly, pledge, dedicate, vow," from PIE root *ewegwh- "to speak solemnly, vow" (cf. Sanskrit vaghat- "one who offers a sacrifice;" Greek eukhe "vow, wish," eukhomai "I pray").
c.1300, from Old French vouer, from vou (see vow (n.)). Related: Vowed; vowing.