Ay, and we are betroth’d; nay more, our marriage-hour, With all the cunning manner of our flight, Determin’d of: how I must climb her window, The ladder made of cords, and all the means Plotted and ’greed on for my happiness.
Say that she be; yet Valentine, thy friend, Survives, to whom, thyself art witness, I am betroth’d; and art thou not asham’d To wrong him with thy importunacy?
There are no more uses of "betrothed" in the play.
Show samples from other sources
She was betrothed on the day of her birth.
Last of all came a little hump-backed, wizened old man in whom she recognized with a shudder the new Grand Vizier and her own betrothed husband, Ahoshta Tarkaan himself.