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Betroth definition is - to promise to marry. ... bi-ˈtrōt͟h, -ˈtrȯth, bē- \. betrothed; betrothing; betroths ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with betroth.

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Betroth definition, to arrange for the marriage of; affiance (usually used in passive constructions): The couple was betrothed with the approval of both families.

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The proclamation of healing, the quitting of their bedrooms by the newly betrothed, and the declaration of a three-day fast are significant elements in that legend.

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The verb betroth means to give to in marriage. In the really olden days, your parents might betroth you to someone you barely knew and you'd be expected to  ...

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Betrothed came into English through a combination of bi-, or "thoroughly," and treowðe, the Old English word for "truth, a pledge." If you are betrothed, you are ...

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Betroth. to promise "by one's truth." Men and women were betrothed when they were engaged to be married. This usually took place a year or more before ...

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Definition of BETROTH, BETROTHED, BETROTHING, and BETROTHMENT from the King James Bible Dictionary.

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Betroth definition: to promise to marry or to give in marriage | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Define betroth. betroth synonyms, betroth pronunciation, betroth translation, English dictionary definition of betroth. tr.v. be·trothed , be·troth·ing , be·troths To ...