Synonyms for Word:

n.

detail, sound, data, datum, designation, utterance, fact, A to Z, findings, concept, locution, speech. borrowing, acrostic, anagram, chant, anglicism, catch-all, talk, statement, introduction, Arabism, clue, americanism, archaism. utter, verbalize, words, express yourself, communicate, put (something) into words, speak. exploration, talks, inquest, exchange, negotiation, saying, consultation, commentary. lyric, message, refrain, verse, chorus, shoutout, communication. obligation, covenant, guaranty, plight, language, the lexicon, vocab, warrant, vow, solemn word, usage, engagement, lexis. dictate, behest, charge, direction, command, over, mandate, instruction, injunction, order, directive, bidding, commandment. knowledge, scoop, Tiding, advice. rumor, hearsay, tittle-tattle, tattle, gossip, Gossipry, talebearing, report, scuttlebutt. difficulty, run-in, clash, disagreement, hassle, contention, bicker, fight, debate, dispute, quarrel, squabble, conflict, polemic, rhubarb, controversy, tangle, tiff, spat, wrangle, altercation, argument. couch, put, express. assurance (noun)
security, warranty, insurance, support, promise.
authority (noun)
command.
authorization (noun)
warrant.
behest (noun)
direction.
command (noun)
bidding, order, charge.
guarantee (noun)
countersignature, guarantee, contract, safeguard, affirmation, insurance, warranty, lien, collateral, oath, promise, security, certification, assurance, bond, token, pledge.
language (noun)
lexicon.
news (noun)
Tiding.
promise (noun)
solemn word, oath.
talebearing (noun)
Gossipry.
tidings (noun)
advice, announcement, message, report, tidings, information.
word (noun)
saying, locution, scuttlebutt, declaration, tidings, charge, mandate, gossip, word of god, information, holy scripture, concept, warrant, engagement, verbiage, hearsay, good book, intelligence, bible, name, communication, designation, give and take, jargon, guarantee, parole, injunction, behest, son, commitment, holy writ, formulate, message, commandment, introduction, password, scripture, terminology, order, rumor, oath, lexicon, vocabulary, phrase, directive, articulate, bidding, announcement, solemn word, talk, logos, advice, assurance, dictate, plight, word of honor, vow, countersign, speech, discussion, utterance, term, watchword, report, pledge, news, nomenclature, affirmation, consultation, sound, book, usage, thesaurus.
word of honor (noun)
pledge.

v.

promise (verb)
declaration, commitment.

Other synonyms:

Good Book
good book.
Holy Scripture
holy scripture.
Holy Writ
holy writ.
Scripture
scripture.
A to Z, command, tittle-tattle, Gossipry, clue, detail, lexis, vocab, directive, Tiding, locution, rhubarb, commandment, data, fact, solemn word, findings, run-in, talebearing, language. injunction, couch, saying, vow, altercation, scuttlebutt, polemic, quarrel, behest, debate, shoutout, message, hearsay, controversy, mandate, tiff. gossip, hassle, lyric, rumor, contention, spat, disagreement. communication, covenant, instruction, usage, argument, wrangle, bidding. dispute, engagement, report, scoop, utterance, guaranty. express, warrant, statement. direction, chorus. difficulty. put. order. Word of God
word of god.
guidance
advice.
Other relevant words:
gossip, tidings, run-in, affirmation, spat, verbalize, watchword, talk, phrase, parole, controversy, announcement, guaranty, clash, clue, speak, news, direction, mandate, concept, data, lyric, scoop, tattle, consultation, presentation, information, polemic, lexis, negotiation, dispute, contention, book, instruction, vow, good book, knowledge, discussion, speech, commitment, report, verse, covenant, praise, order, words, password, difficulty, holy writ, word of honor, bicker, shoutout, quarrel, intelligence, Gossipry, tip, obligation, wrangle, holy scripture, fight, datum, usage, address, scuttlebutt, talebearing, warrant, language, introduction, chorus, solemn word, tittle-tattle, counsel, designation, engagement, bible, give and take, hearsay, advice, communication, put, disagreement, utterance, declaration, articulate, altercation, son, Tiding, findings, sound, command, formulate, rumor, directive, dictate, logos, hint, word of god, vocab, argument, tiff, debate, express, statement, rhubarb, countersign, plight, couch, commentary, injunction, message, scripture, utter, commandment, locution, hassle, communicate, saying, behest, squabble, bidding, tangle, charge.

Usage examples for word

  1. Accordin' to them, he-" " I don't believe a word of it!" – The Desired Woman by Will N. Harben
  2. I'll take word to Father Bourassa. – Northern Lights by Gilbert Parker
  3. I will give you my word that I knew nothing of this. – A Man to His Mate by J. Allan Dunn