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contract
Definition:
engage by written agreement; " They signed two new pitchers for the next season"

Synonyms:

noun
agreement
acquiescence, acceptance, accession, stipulation, concordance, capitulation, bond, unanimity, empathy, settlement, indenture, accord, concurrence, pact, agreement, covenant, understanding, deal, consensus, concord, treaty, accordance, arrangement.
agreement, deal
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.
bribe
ice, feedbag, corrupting gift, protection, influence peddling, feedbags, goody, sweetener, gravy, corrupt money, Sweeteners, buyoff.
communication
contract, declaration.
compromise
tradeoff, copout, trade off, middle course, win-win situation, half and half, fifty-fifty, middle courses, trade-off, half measure, tradeoffs, half measures.
contract
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.
duty
committal, devoir, minding the store, mission, committals, ought, oughts, taking care of business, millstone, devoirs.
endeavor
effort, action, proceeding, purpose, project, performance, essay, commitment, production, undertaking, gambit, job, enterprise, deed, engagement, adventure.
guarantee
countersignature, affirmation, token, assurance, oath, guarantee, warranty, security, safeguard, certification, insurance, collateral, lien, word.
indenture
indenture.
mutual understanding
entente cordiale, good understanding.
obligation
due bill, obligation, Accountableness.
promise
mutual agreement, obligation, vow.
work
line of business, specialization, nine-to-five, dos, specializations.
verb
agree
promise, empathize, affirm, pledge, capitulate, cooperate, bless, consent, acquiesce, accede, concur, sanction, assent, endorse, stipulate, agree, accept, welcome, approve, conform.
body
take, contract, get.
catch disease
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.
communication
contract, undertake.
condense
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.
contact
contract.
contract
squeeze, condense, wither, protocol.
decrease
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.
diminish
downgrade, bob, shave, trim, taper, reduce, nip, crop, shear, weed, pare, prune, minimize, cull, lighten, clip.
endeavor
attempt, engage, perform, act, endeavor, assay, maneuver, aim, commit, volunteer, proceed, venture, exploit, approach, undertake.
hire
rent, employ, lease.
shorten
syncopate.
Examples of usage:
  1. I said, " It's a contract-" and that settled that matter. – 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
  2. Now, the Oakdale Mills can secure its contract for future years by being wide- awake for the present. – The Blue Birds' Winter Nest by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  3. " But I don't see what particular contract you are thinking of," said the lawyer. – Ideala by Sarah Grand
  4. And the fresh talent had been right there ready to sign up for a long contract on a strictly extra- legal basis. – Pagan Passions by Gordon Randall Garrett Laurence Mark Janifer
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