Day-60 (Troth)

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Word:
Troth

Status:
Noun

Meaning:
Loyalty or faithfulness, or one's promise; also bethrotal

Sentences:
1) By my troth, I shall not tresspass on your property.
2) They solemnly announced their troth.

Origin:
Middle English trouth, from Old English trēowth which means 'truth'.

First use:
12th century

Synonyms:
oath, pedge, promise, vow, word

Antonyms:
disengagment, disloyalty, disfaithfulness, perfidiousness

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