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married man

noun as in family man

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At first, Rachel resists getting romantically involved with Don, and insists that she has no need for a married man in her life.

He would do a harried married man or an old horse on its last legs or a bop musician named Cool Cees or a whole Italian movie.

The other books in the sequence were The Beautiful Room Is Empty (1988), The Farewell Symphony (1997), and The Married Man (2000).

But B is willing to give Joe five points if she successfully seduces a married man in the first class cabin.

Salaka Gikai, 25, was accused of consorting with a married man and sentenced to receive 100 lashes.

There was a senior clerk of some standing and position, a married man of thirty-five or forty years of age, who gloried in it.

The judge was a married man himself, and he may have had a sympathetic understanding of Bud's position.

He was a married man and his wife was still living at the time when he was displaced.

He was a married man, his wife being general housekeeper in the establishment.

I dare not announce this as another law of female human nature; it is merely the opinion of one of my characters—a married man.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to married man, such as: husband, man of the family, and patriarch.

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