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plight one's troth to someone

to become engaged to be married to someone. (Literary or jocular.) I chose not to plight my troth to anyone who acts so unpleasant to my dear aunt. Alice plighted her troth to Scott.
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plight (one's) troth

1. To become engaged to marry.
2. To give one's solemn oath.
See also: plight, troth