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become engaged

verb as in betroth

verb as in pop the question

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Example Sentences

We are a group that will win the votes to go forward, but we also have to become engaged, which is what this is about.

Then he put me on a group email list, where he announced that he had become engaged to a Brazilian woman.

She had by this time become engaged to a young man named Tony Fahnestock, who would become her first husband.

Or to become engaged in advocating the case of one party over the other?

From the moment that Aïda Sewin and I had become engaged life was, to me, almost too good to live.

You may note that this is exactly what I have suggested concerning young couples who become engaged.

In the mean time, the smaller vessels had become engaged, and were fighting with no less courage than the flag-ships.

Three years ago I told him that under certain conditions I would become engaged to him.

She had hated to have Edith become engaged, and now in two days she was going to be married and leave the old home forever.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to become engaged, such as: affiance, bind, commit, contract, engage, and espouse.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.