I'm engaged

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I'm engaged   
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I can't stay, because I'm engaged to some fellows to- night.
I like to talk to him, because he's so clever and amusing--I wish Sir Thomas Ashby were half as nice; besides, I must have SOMEBODY to flirt with, and no one else has the sense to come here; and when we go out, mamma won't let me flirt with anybody but Sir Thomas--if he's there; and if he's NOT there, I'm bound hand and foot, for fear somebody should go and make up some exaggerated story, and put it into his head that I'm engaged, or likely to be engaged, to somebody else; or, what is more probable, for fear his nasty old mother should see or hear of my ongoings, and conclude that I'm not a fit wife for her excellent son: as if the said son were not the greatest scamp in Christendom; and as if any woman of common decency were not a world too good for him.
A resident of the Central District, Vera Petrova, observes: "At least twice a week I am in this square, I'm engaged in Scandinavian walking.
Speaking in the preview ahead of the new season, Toni says: "I have an announcement to make … I'm engaged.
In an interview given to a leading entertainment website, Villeneuve said, "I said to Barbara [Broccoli], I would love to work with you and with Daniel, but I'm engaged.
As I stir my coffee, made the same way each day, I'm engaged in my morning ritual.
I'm now 33 and I'm engaged to a wonderful man and we have a gorgeous boy who's two.
I'm engaged, expecting a baby, my fiance is my manager, and my caddie's one of my best mates in the world.
Yup I'm engaged to my beautiful amazing soon to be wifey," he posted to Instagram last week, including a closeup of the mother-of-one's engagement ring.
I do love a good wedding ( I guess now I'm engaged I'll have to pay more attention to them) but when you have a role in someone's special day it does start to make the experience a little more stressful.
Hiam Abbass: 'Sometimes they call me 'the engaged actress', but mainly I'm engaged for my art' In a new theater monologue the French-Palestinian actress Hiam Abbass is playing a prostitute in the Arab world during the period of the Arab Spring.
I especially love to use Twitter when I'm engaged in a professional activity I want others to know about.