Definitions of "oath"
  1. A serious declaration asserting the truth of one's statements or the honesty of one's intentions
  2. A pledge, supported by an oath, to carry out official responsibilities with integrity
How to use "oath" in a sentence
  1. Before taking office, the governor recited an oath to uphold the state constitution.
  2. The witness took an oath to tell the truth before giving their testimony.
  3. The new recruits gave an oath to serve their country with honor and diligence.

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