Definition of troth:
fealty, quandary, truth, participation, attachment, loyalty, oath, date, allegiance, devotedness, steadfastness, pledge, plight, booking, involvement, promise, employment, faith, word, devotion, vow, dedication, interlocking, mesh, word of honor, fastness, meshing, faithfulness, conflict, appointment, engagement, fidelity, betrothal, fight, adhesion, battle, predicament, commitment, constancy, involution, declaration, piety.
Then Sir Godfrey cried out with joy and took her in his arms and kissed her many times, while from behind the Tree came running all the true- hearted nobles and peasants who had been able to see its wonders, and they all circled Sir Godfrey and the Lady Beatrice while they plighted their troth.- "The Faery Tales of Weir", Anna McClure Sholl.
- "Cyrano de Bergerac", Edmond Rostand.
- "The Tangled Skein", Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy.