swear

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swear,

v to take an oath; to become legally obligated by an oath properly administered.

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Taf certainly embraces life--she grabs alcohol to drink whenever she can (until later she swears off it forever); she eventually has sex with the boy she loves; she ends up in jail at one point; she sings in a tavern with older musicians; she rebels against her employer's instructions to keep the mentally ill woman in her care drugged.
Vertical Limit concerns a climber who swears off the sport after the death of his father but is forced to scale the deadly K2 mountain when his sister becomes trapped in a cave.
Still he takes a beating and swears off for nine months, until ex-con buddy Edward Norton coaxes him back to the tables.