Idiom: a man of his word
Idiom: a man of his word (a man of one's word)
- a person who is honest and does what he says he will do
- I hated being married to my ex-husband but he is a good father and a man of his word.
- I know you think this punishment is extreme but I want you to learn how important it is to be a man of your word.
- If you were a man of your word, you would be on time.
- We're sorry to see our property manager go because he was a man of his word.
- Don't ask for a contract. I've worked with him for 35 years and he's a man of his word.
- Don't worry, he'll be here by 5:00 pm. He's a man of his word.
- What happened to you? You used to be a man of your word but nowadays I can't trust you at all.
- You'd be wise to hire him. He's a man of his word and a hard worker too.
- a woman of her word
- a man of honor
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