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married couple

noun as in man and wife

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Example Sentences

A few feet away from us, a newly married couple are smiling for photographs; nearby, two men kiss in the early-morning sunshine.

The idea that maybe a married couple should work it out has risen.

Within two weeks of the extra leave being approved, Erwynn and Will took advantage of it to formally register as a married couple.

In fact, the Brighton branch is being set up by Anita and Stuart Balkham, a married couple who live in Sussex.

For example, in 2011, the 25 percent rate kicked in for a married couple filing jointly at $69,000.

An honest clergyman, in the country, was reproving a married couple for their frequent dissensions, seeing they were both one.

People keep on inviting us out together time after time as though we were the most conventional married couple on God's earth.

They would get a married couple, they decided—the man could pay for himself by working the farm.

You see and observe then, O well married Couple, what strange tricks and actions that children will play.

The newly married couple lived with the mother of the bride, the widow of a seaman and chart maker.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to married couple, such as: bride and groom, cohabitants, man and woman, mr. and mrs., and wedded pair.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.