betroth

[v] - give to, in marriage
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Betroth

Be·troth' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Betrothed ; present participle & verbal noun Betrothing .] [ Prefix be- + troth , i. e., truth . See Truth .] 1. To contract to any one for a ...
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betroth

1. To contract to any one for a marriage; to engage or promise in order to marriage; to affiance; used especially. Of a woman. 'He, in the first flower of my freshest age, Betrothed me unto the only heir.' (Spenser) 'Ay, and we are betrothed.' (Shak) ... 2. To promise to take (as a future spouse); to plight one's troth to. 'What man is there that h...
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betroth

engage verb give to in marriage
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Betroth

• (v. t.) To nominate to a bishopric, in order to consecration. • (v. t.) To contract to any one for a marriage; to engage or promise in order to marriage; to affiance; -- used esp. of a woman. • (v. t.) To promise to take (as a future spouse); to plight one`s troth to.
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Betroth

to promise to wed. A phonetic variation of "by truth". See also "troth" and "plight"
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