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word of honor

noun
1.
a pledge of one's honor that a specified condition, bargain, etc., will be fulfilled; oath; promise.
Origin of word of honor
1805-1815
First recorded in 1805-15
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word of honor

A pledge of one's good faith, as in On his word of honor he assured us that he was telling the truth. [ Early 1800s ]
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