You will need tissues as the two couples finally exchange their vows.
My husband had broken his vows; the system simply assumed I wanted off the hook, too.
He vows if elected to put aside control of his business to avoid any conflict of interest.
Current Jesuits take the same three vows today, along with a vow of obedience to the Pope.
Shawn shone in ivory-colored silk, and she spoke her vows bravely to Justice of the Peace Bill Bailey, who presided.
Pride and self-will were at work; their vows and promises were false.
These vows were never fulfilled, nor was it well they should have been.
Why do ye murmur that we do not break our vows and surrender the city to the Spaniards?
But I cannot, cannot think of giving my vows to man I cannot endure!
What if vows and protestations, plans and confidences were still all to come, what if the very first kiss was still to come?
c.1300, from Anglo-French and Old French vou, from Latin votum "a vow, wish, promise, dedication," noun use of neuter of votus, past participle of vovere "to promise solemnly, pledge, dedicate, vow," from PIE root *ewegwh- "to speak solemnly, vow" (cf. Sanskrit vaghat- "one who offers a sacrifice;" Greek eukhe "vow, wish," eukhomai "I pray").
c.1300, from Old French vouer, from vou (see vow (n.)). Related: Vowed; vowing.
voluntary promises which, when once made, were to be kept if the thing vowed was right. They were made under a great variety of circumstances (Gen. 28: 18-22; Lev. 7:16; Num. 30:2-13; Deut. 23:18; Judg. 11:30, 39; 1 Sam. 1:11; Jonah 1:16; Acts 18:18; 21:23).