spon·de·o[1]

  1. pledge
  2. promise
  3. to betroth

Synonyms for spondeo

  • annuoapprove, consent, designate, favor, give assent to, grant, promise, to allow, to give assent, to nod
  • fidesassurance, belief, confidence, engagement, faith, lyre, promise, protection, reliance, string, trust, trustworthiness, truth, word of honor
  • pignuscollateral, gage, pawn, persons in pledges of, pledge, surety, token
  • pollicitatiopromise
  • profiteorconfess, offer, profess, promise, to acknowledge, to confess, to declare oneself, to declare publicly, to make a public statement, to take a monastic oath
  • promissumoffer, promise
  • promittoengage oneself, make a promise, oath, promise, send forth, to let go, to let go forward, to put forth, undertake
  • proponodisplay, point out, promise, propose, publish, relate, tell, to design

Similar to spondeo

  • sponsaliabetrothal gift
  • sponteof one's own accord, unaided, willingly
  • adeocome to, so far, so long, such an extent, to approach, to such a point, undertake, visit
  • audeoto dare
  • candeoglow, grow brilliant, sparkle, to shine
  • claudeobe lame, halt, to hobble, to limp
  • gaudeobe joyful, take pleasure in, to rejoice
  • ideofor that reason, on that account, therefore
  • pendeobe suspended, be uncertain, depend, to hang, undecided
  • prodeoappear, go forth, go forward, sally forth, to ce