- n. an offer of marriage
“Bassompierre relates that during this sojourn at Monceaux, while Henry was standing apart with himself, M. de Sully, and the Chancellor, he suddenly informed them that the favourite had confided to him a proposal of marriage which she had received from a prince, on condition that she should be enabled to bring with her a dowry of a hundred thousand crowns; and inquired if they would advise him to sacrifice so large a sum for such a purpose.”
“After a careful weighing of the evidence before us, it appears to me that ” notwithstanding the novelistic tricking-out of Les trois Romans de Frederic Chopin ” we cannot but accept as the true account the author's statement as to Chopin's proposal of marriage and Miss Wodzinska's rejection at Marienbad in 1836.”
“A proposal of marriage was made between Elizabeth and the Duke of Anjou, even while her subjects volunteered to assist the Huguenots, and Raleigh was in the battle at Montcontour.”
“Wanted to pass on the proposal of marriage from that odious Gornt Blakeman, no doubt.”
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