Promissory

Definition of Promissory

Prom´is`so`ry
a.1.Containing a promise or binding declaration of something to be done or forborne.
Promissory note
(Law) a written promise to pay to some person named, and at a time specified therein, or on demand, or at sight, a certain sum of money, absolutely and at all events; - frequently called a note of hand.
- Kent. Byles. Story.

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