[ trawth-plahyt, trohth- ]
/ ˈtrɔθˌplaɪt, ˈtroʊθ- /
engagement to be married; betrothal.
verb (used with object)
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Example sentences from the Web for trothplight
It was not surprising that he should enter some protest against any but a spontaneous cancelling of Gwen's trothplight.When Ghost Meets Ghost|William Frend De Morgan
British Dictionary definitions for trothplight
/ (ˈtrəʊθˌplaɪt) archaic /
(tr) to betroth
Word Origin for trothplight
C14: from troth + plight ²
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