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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrothtroth /trəʊθ $ trɒːθ, trɑːθ, troʊθ/ noun   plight your troth at plight2
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trothWe will continue to cry at weddings because we know how bittersweet, how fragile is the troth.Of course, if everyone knew their partners inside out, there's a good chance no-one would ever plight their troth.
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