(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. union, connection, tie; accord, sympathy; guaranty, pledge; shackle. See relation, security, connection, restraint.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [A physical tie; often plural ]
Syn. shackle, linkage, chain; see band 2 , link , rope , wire 1 .
2. [A mental or emotional tie]
Syn. attachment, link, tie, union, obligation, connection, relation, affinity, affiliation, bond of union, friendship, covenant, pact, restraint; see also agreement 3 , duty 2 , friendship 1 , marriage 2 , relationship .
3. [A secured debenture]
Syn. security, warranty, debenture, certificate, registered bond, bearer bond, coupon bond, zero coupon bond, gold bond, government bond, municipal bond, long or short term bond, junk bond*.
4. [Bail]
Syn. surety, guaranty, warrant; see bail , pledge .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
1. allegiance tie, relationship, loyalty, connection, attachment, affinity.
2. guarantee warranty, contract, security, pledge, covenant, agreement.
attach, tie, bind, connect, fasten, stick, join, fuse, weld.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. Something that physically confines the legs or arms: chain (used in plural), fetter, handcuff (often used in plural), hobble, iron (used in plural), manacle, restraint, shackle. Archaic: gyve. See FREE. 2. That which unites or binds: knot, ligament, ligature, link, nexus, tie, vinculum, yoke. See CONNECT. 3. A legally binding arrangement between parties: agreement, compact2, contract, convention, covenant, pact. See AGREE. 4. The close physical union of two objects: adherence, adhesion, cohesion. See CONNECT. 5. Money supplied for the temporary release of an arrested person that guarantees appearance of that person for trial: bail1. See LAW. II verb To hold fast: adhere, cleave2, cling, cohere, stick. See CONNECT.

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