Commitments [noun]

Definition of Commitments:

assurance; obligation

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Opposite/Antonyms of Commitments:

Sentence/Example of Commitments:

Then, to show the inefficiency of the law, he proceeds to state, that the commitments for trial were only 29 per cent.

What view will the coming Labour governments of Britain take of our Imperial commitments?

It would compel corn beef commitments beyond the point of comfort.

Commitments to ship over 300,000 tons of the ore were written into trade agreements with Western European countries.

Resolutions or commitments of this sort accomplish little good.

There are no clear-cut roles, no clear-cut hierarchy, and no long-term commitments.

Language mediates, hence it makes commitments part of the experience.

Commitments by a court of record if formally drawn up are under the seal of the court.

Social Security and Medicare and Medicaid are commitments of conscience, and so it is our duty to keep them permanently sound.

And our plan will help the Iraqi government take back its capital and make good on its commitments.