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But what of de Marmont, to whom she was on the eve of plighting her troth?
THE BRONZE EAGLEEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
She felt herself being drawn to the sign and seal of their plighting for life.
I could blame thee for thus plighting thy troth, but I rejoice that thou regardest the oath as binding.
But Ann had loved the man for four years, plighting her troth with him at seventeen.
LINCOLN'S LOVE STORYELEANOR ATKINSON
Edward saw her before her departure, and their plighting was renewed, with the hope of meeting in the spring.
LITTLE BOBTAILOLIVER OPTIC
And in that moment, while plighting eternal truth, they forgot that they were about to part!
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
If he loved me, he would not have left me without plighting his eternal faith.
She was aware, and subconsciously I was aware, that we were plighting our troth, not for time but for eternity.
WHEN THE WORLD SHOOKH. RIDER HAGGARD
Nothing tugs at the heart-strings of a man like a young maid's plighting of her troth.
THE PASSIONATE ELOPEMENTCOMPTON MACKENZIE
In the Dutch Courtezan, an old play, a pair of lovers are introduced plighting their troth.
FINGER-RING LOREWILLIAM JONES

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