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troth

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of troth

  1. 1 a person's solemn declaration that he or she will do or not do something by my troth, I will not trespass on your precious property Synonyms of troth oath, pledge, promise, vow, wordWords Related to troth appointment, arrangement, commitment, engagement, obligation; agreement, compact, contract, covenant; assurance, guarantee, guaranty, undertaking; bail, bond, deposit, gage, pawn, security, token, warranty

  2. 2 the act or state of being engaged to be married solemnly announced their troth before the church's congregation Synonyms of troth betrothal, espousal, engagementAntonyms of troth disengagement

  3. 3 adherence to something to which one is bound by a pledge or duty the knight pledged his eternal troth to the defense of the kingdom Synonyms of troth adhesion, allegiance, attachment, commitment, constancy, dedication, devotedness, devotion, faith, faithfulness, fastness, fealty, loyalty, piety, steadfastness, fidelityWords Related to troth affection, fondness; determination, firmness, resolution; dependability, reliability, trustability, trustiness, trustworthinessNear Antonyms of troth alienation, disaffection, estrangement, separationAntonyms of troth disloyalty, faithlessness, falseness, falsity, inconstancy, infidelity, perfidiousness, perfidy, treachery, unfaithfulness


troth

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of troth

  1. to obligate by prior agreement I troth myself eternally to your service Synonyms of troth commit, engage, mortgage, pledgeWords Related to troth affiance, betroth, plight, promise, swear, vow; contract, enlist, enroll (also enrol), sign on, sign up; overcommitNear Antonyms of troth renege


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