Plighted [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Plighted:

Your niece has plighted her faith to me, and I have plighted mine to her.

Then she described the scene in the sick room and how Nat and Grace had plighted troth.

Yet you sought to dispose of her against her heart, against her nature, against her plighted word.

Probably, indeed, the lad would side with them, despite his plighted word.

To the chains of duty, honor, gratitude, had been added that of his plighted word.

Now they were children with all the overflowing endearments of plighted lovers.

The king is, at present, with us; but his plighted word is worth nothing.

Their troths were plighted, the ring was slipped into place, and the blessing was pronounced.

Why not break my promise, plighted though it be in words of fervid love?

Eric said that it seemed so indeed, but he was plighted to it and the feat must be tried.