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back out of to fail to honor a commitment. [1/2 definitions]
born-again of, pertaining to, or professing a new or renewed commitment to belief in Christ or to evangelical Christianity. [2 definitions]
committed characterized by commitment; exclusive or monogamous. [1/2 definitions]
equivocal having at least two plausible alternative meanings, often intentionally so in order to deceive or avoid commitment; ambiguous. [1/3 definitions]
espousal adoption of or commitment to a cause or idea. [1/2 definitions]
fidelity loyalty or faithfulness to obligations, promises, or those to whom one has made a commitment. [1/3 definitions]
freefloating lacking a connection, commitment, or focus, esp. with respect to a doctrine, party, or cause. [1/3 definitions]
hack2 one who surrenders professional or artistic integrity or commitment in return for monetary reward. [1/12 definitions]
hedge to avoid commitment to a position or opinion by qualifying or evading; equivocate. [1/5 definitions]
love a sacrificial commitment, esp. in religious experience. [1/10 definitions]
noncommitment combined form of commitment.
persevere to continue steadfastly in a task or course of action or hold steadfastly to a belief or commitment, esp. when met with opposition or difficulties; persist.
persist to continue steadfastly in a task or course of action or hold steadfastly to a belief or commitment; persevere. [1/3 definitions]
recant to withdraw from commitment to (a former position or statement), esp. publicly; retract. [2 definitions]
vow a solemn oath, commitment, or undertaking that binds one to a particular act, service, or condition. [2/5 definitions]
weasel (informal) to back out of or avoid a commitment (fol. by "out"). [1/4 definitions]
wed to bind in firm commitment; unite. [1/5 definitions]
word of honor a statement, pledge, verbal commitment, or the like that is backed by one's honor; sworn oath; solemn promise.