These vows were never fulfilled, nor was it well they should have been.
Look now, beneath us walk a couple who do not guess that we are the witnesses of their vows.'
But I cannot, cannot think of giving my vows to man I cannot endure!
I have a letter from Mr. Lovelace, full of transports, vows, and promises.
She had called him hers while another woman held his vows, and she was degraded.
And, moreover, would she ever consent to marry a priest who had broken his vows?
The Abbe fell in love with Albine, and, oblivious of his vows, broke them.
As soon, however, as Macquart returned she forgot her vows and hastened to him.
We have taken the vows, too, and are pledged for life—I am, at all events.
It's what you said on the roof on the night of the vows, you remember.