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adjective as in wedded


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I was shocked to realize that while it’s not legal to be a bigamist, it’s pretty easy to be legally married to two people in different states.

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You can see at a glance that she is married to Orlando Bloom, she’s 35 and worth $125 million, and so on.

Hallett is married to Millie Crotty and the two have lived in Rehoboth with their “fur babies,” Berlin, Indy, and Joey Macaroni, since 2019.

The other two charged are Andrew Badolato, a venture capitalist, and Timothy Shea, who is married to We Build The Wall’s chief financial officer.

John Gottman was a famous relationships researcher who looked at married couples and so on and came to the conclusion that a relationship will continue as a happy, satisfied marriage if there are five good things for every bad one.

You can still get your license at the court—just not actually get married there.

It was the finest moment of my life in 1986 when I married him.

As of this afternoon, gay Floridians can get married in Dade County.

Who cares of Barack Hussein Obama is president and gays are getting married?

McCauley may have married beneath her station, but Gordon-Levitt has obsessive fans.

Her eldest daughter married in America, and was well known as a modeller in wax in New York.

The Authorised Version has: “And as a mother shall she meet him, and receive him as a wife married of a virgin.”

In 1856 she married Mesdag, who, rather late in life decided to follow the career of a painter.

Sometimes it was a young girl, again a widow; but as often as not it was some interesting married woman.

Will it ever dawn on Mrs. Dodd's mind, that parsons, even married parsons, are but men?

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to married, such as: espoused, joined, marital, mated, united, and joined in holy matrimony.

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