Definition of pledge or plight one's troth in English:

pledge (or plight) one's troth

Make a solemn pledge of commitment or loyalty, especially in marriage: I solemnly pledge my troth I watched her plight her troth to him in December they will plight their troth at the register office
More example sentences
  • Based on extremely unscientific assumptions, I'm sure that getting married aboard used to be about escaping from all the wedding hassles and family politics, and plighting your troth in romantic seclusion.
  • You've finally done it - tied the knot, taken the plunge, plighted your troth, joined in holy matrimony.
  • ‘I think the governor has to be given on opportunity to plight his troth to the electorate of California,’ she said.
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