engage

[ en-geyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF engage

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Your aunt has been forced to engage not to interfere but by your father's direction.

He solicits me, 'To engage my honour to him never to have Mr. Solmes.'

I offered to engage not to marry at all, if that condition may be accepted.

Will you engage, my dear, that the hated man shall not come near your house?

I beg you will encourage the militia and engage them to continue their exertions.

Any one with brains can get rich in this country if he will engage the right lawyer.

The winning of a battle is not enough to engage all our admiration; it must be won by an artist.

But it is futile to engage in the controversies of the past.

If he was shaved to-morrow, I'd engage you'd see it fast enough.

We were a long bit ahead of her, and did not engage for some time.

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