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such as contract. On this page you can see how to spell contract. Also,
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definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
acquiescence, acceptance, accession, stipulation, concordance, capitulation, bond, unanimity, empathy, settlement, indenture, accord, concurrence, pact, agreement, covenant, understanding, deal, consensus, concord, treaty, accordance, arrangement.
obligation, compact, concordat, dicker, record, pledge, commitment, bargain, settlement, covenant, arrangement, promise, handshake, understanding, paper, proof, Mise, deposition, convention, engagement, bond, evidence, liability, guarantee, stipulation, indenture, treaty, commission, pact.
ice, feedbag, corrupting gift, protection, influence peddling, feedbags, goody, sweetener, gravy, corrupt money, Sweeteners, buyoff.
tradeoff, copout, trade off, middle course, win-win situation, half and half, fifty-fifty, middle courses, trade-off, half measure, tradeoffs, half measures.
press, reduce, abbreviate, contract bridge, take, sign up, sign, constrict, get, fee, undertake, cut, narrow, compact, squeeze, sign on, abridge, foreshorten, shrink, shorten, compress, declaration.
committal, devoir, minding the store, mission, committals, ought, oughts, taking care of business, millstone, devoirs.
effort, action, proceeding, purpose, project, performance, essay, commitment, production, undertaking, gambit, job, enterprise, deed, engagement, adventure.
countersignature, affirmation, token, assurance, oath, guarantee, warranty, security, safeguard, certification, insurance, collateral, lien, word.
entente cordiale, good understanding.
due bill, obligation, Accountableness.
mutual agreement, obligation, vow.
line of business, specialization, nine-to-five, dos, specializations.
promise, empathize, affirm, pledge, capitulate, cooperate, bless, consent, acquiesce, accede, concur, sanction, assent, endorse, stipulate, agree, accept, welcome, approve, conform.
take, contract, get.
bring on, succumb to, be ill with, develop, take, sink, sicken, derange, fall victim to, cause, take one's death, upset, incur, become infected with, afflict, go down with, be afflicted with, fall, obtain, come down with, disorder, induce, indispose, acquire, get.
come to terms
consent, ink, swear to, engage, undertake, go along with, commit, come around, hammer out deal, enter into, negotiate, stipulate, become indebted, shake hands on it, set, buy, it's a deal, circumscribe, arrange, give one's word, sign for, assent, clinch, adjust, limit, make terms, bound, accept offer, sign up, put in writing, agree, work out details, owe, close, settle, initial, sign papers, firm a deal, obligate.
deflate, constrict, lose, edit, draw in, take in, evaporate, decline, fall away, dwindle, ebb, wane, abate, lessen, reduce, shrink, wrinkle, grow less, shrivel, curtail, epitomize, decrease, waste, subside, confine, narrow, clench, become smaller, fall off, consume, syncopate, omit, purse, compress, weaken, abridge, wither, tighten, recede, abbreviate.
squeeze, condense, wither, protocol.
decrease, compress, deflate, die down, concentrate, diminish, drain, abridge, recede, decrement, deplete, truncate, lower, abate, curtail, lessen, shorten, erode, deduct, compact, shrink, subside, abbreviate, dwindle.
downgrade, bob, shave, trim, taper, reduce, nip, crop, shear, weed, pare, prune, minimize, cull, lighten, clip.
attempt, engage, perform, act, endeavor, assay, maneuver, aim, commit, volunteer, proceed, venture, exploit, approach, undertake.
rent, employ, lease.
Examples of usage:
– Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009
– The Blue Birds' Winter Nest by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
– Ideala by Sarah Grand
– Pagan Passions by Gordon Randall Garrett Laurence Mark Janifer