Despite having long ago plighted his troth to the lunatic right, he is certainly trying.
David Freedlander reports from a Romney rally where even hitherto lukewarm fans pledged their troth.
"troth, Mr. Macgregor, it's not a name to be ashamed of," answered Alan.
They had met only for a passing word since the breaking of their troth.
And when they were young they loved one another and plighted their troth.
Now, in pledge of them, swear this troth of thine upon my sword that I have won.
Rider's Almanack for 1794 lay before me; and, in troth, I then had no other.
By my troth, 'twas a sight to make a picture of—that 'twas, comrade.
Another says, "In troth I have been suffering for a long time from poverty and sickness, glory be to God."
They began to return their pledges of troth, rings, ribbons, etc.