trothplighted

troth·plight

 (trôth′plīt′, trŏth′-, trōth′-) Archaic
n.
A betrothal.
tr.v. troth·plight·ed, troth·plight·ing, troth·plights
To betroth.
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Eomer announces, "[T]hey shall be trothplighted before you all," and the health of the pair is drunk by all of the company of valiant hearth-companions (LotR VI:6 955).