Count Otto wondered if the friend she had written to were her lover and if they had plighted
their troth, especially when she alluded to him again as "that gentleman who's coming down.
That night the clouds broke, and the moon shone down upon our little ledge; and there, hand in hand, we turned our faces toward heaven and plighted
our troth beneath the eyes of God.
This ring was given to the young lady who was drowned so early in her beautiful and happy career, by her husband, when they first plighted
their faith to one another.
Your niece has plighted
her faith to me, and I have plighted
mine to her.
Mr Dorrit, on being informed by his elder daughter that she had accepted matrimonial overtures from Mr Sparkler, to whom she had plighted
her troth, received the communication at once with great dignity and with a large display of parental pride; his dignity dilating with the widened prospect of advantageous ground from which to make acquaintances, and his parental pride being developed by Miss Fanny's ready sympathy with that great object of his existence.
When the two plighted
their troth, she laid her hand on his and kept it there.