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used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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promised to marry; or the person who has promised to marry
  • "On the happy occasion of the announcement of your betrothal," he finished, bending over her hand.
    2.9 (58% in)
  • After the complete moral collapse which had sent her to Atlanta and to Rhett, the appropriation of her sister's betrothed seemed a minor affair and one not to be bothered with at this time.
    4.35 (30% in)
  • Mrs. Merriwether, who never let her curiosity go long unsatisfied if she could help it, asked him point-blank just what he meant by marrying one sister when he was betrothed to the other.
    4.36 (11% in)

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