Plight

• imp. & p. p. of Pluck. • (n.) Condition; state; -- risk, or exposure to danger, often being implied; as, a luckless plight. • (v. t.) To weave; to braid; to fold; to plait. • imp. & p. p. of Plight, to pledge. • (n.) That which is exposed to risk; that which is plighted or pledged; security; a gage; a pledge. •...
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plight

noun a solemn pledge of fidelity
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Plight

Plight noun A network; a plait; a fold; rarely a garment. [ Obsolete] 'Many a folded plight .' Spenser.
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Plight

Plight transitive verb [ Middle English pliten ; probably through Old French, from Late Latin plectare , Latin plectere . See Plait , Ply .] To weave; to braid; to fold; to plait. [ Obsolete] 'To sew and plight .' Chaucer. « A plighted g...
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Plight

Plight obsolete imperfect & past participle of Plight , to pledge. Chaucer.
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plight

a situation from which extrication is difficult
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Plight

pledge or promise. This meaning is now used only in the archaic "I plight thee my troth." ('I pledge you my vow' or 'I give you my promise')
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plight

[n] - a solemn pledge of fidelity
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