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noun as in mixed marriage

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That’s more likely to happen if these pairings resulted from voluntary intermarriage.

I understand that the Jewish bias against intermarriage is often rooted more deeply in fear than prejudice.

The 1990 National Jewish Population Survey reported an intermarriage rate of 52 percent among American Jews.

The impact of intermarriage on Jewish engagement is generally negative but especially negative upon attachment to Israel.

Keep this up, and we're headed for a world in which Democrats and Republicans view intermarriage the way the Hasidic do.

As much as our community bemoans intermarriage and affiliation rates, American Judaism has never been richer.

The rights of intermarriage and of trade existed between all the cities of the league.

Coxcoxtli was proud of such allies, their petitions were granted, and the two nations were also connected by intermarriage.

Amalgamation is a biological process, the fusion of races by interbreeding and intermarriage.

The charge made by the mob against the clergyman was that he had preached “race equality” and “intermarriage.”

This seems to be the limit of the intermixture; since, between the Malays and Negroes, &c., there is but little intermarriage.


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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intermarriage, such as: interfaith marriage, and miscegenation.

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