marriageable[ mar-i-juh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF marriageable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MARRIAGEABLE
The fewer the marriageable girls, the higher their market value.
He has a wife and five children all marriageable and unprovided for.
The marriageable age was from fourteen for men, and twelve for girls.
Their wives, if of marriageable age, are expected to marry again.
The heroine, so called, must by a certain fixed law be young and marriageable.
By the time the young lady was marriageable, her outfit of lacquer was superb.
Roxana, daughter of the noble Hydarnes, is marriageable, and is said to be beautiful.
Tell him lieutenants are fledglings—he's not marriageable at present.
Lady Wilts is not so old but that, as our Jorian here says of her, she is marriageable.
She is rich, she is sharp, she uses her quill; she is emphatically not marriageable.