Definition of Trothed
1. troth [v] - See also: troth
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Literary usage of Trothed
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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"In the case of John Lackland, the two blunders combine together in a wonderful manner. John was be- trothed to the daughter of the Count of Maurienne, ..."
2. The Virgin Birth by Richard H. Grützmacher (1907)
"trothed virgin and a small elephant the Spirit of God. The fact—to be explained later on—only remains that also in another religion, in the course of its ..."