Wed me, Thuvia, and all may yet be as it should be.
Refuse to wed me willingly, and Dusar would be laid waste should ever the truth be known to Ptarth and Kaol and Helium.
But while they are exterminating the Dusarians, countless thousands of their own warriors must perish--and all because of the stubbornness of a single woman who would not wed the prince who loves her.
And thinking to bring shame on Goldboru, and wed her with a kitchen knave, he sent for Havelok.
She could not forget that she was a princess, and that she had been forced to wed a low-born kitchen knave.
He had always determined, deep down in his resolute heart, that nothing would ever induce him to allow his daughter to wed a Mormon.
Let every maiden of the true faith marry one of the elect; for if she wed a Gentile, she commits a grievous sin.
The girl is young, and we would not have her wed grey hairs, neither would we deprive her of all choice.