married[ mar-eed ]SEE DEFINITION OF married
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To have married a girl who cared only for his money; that would have been dire enough.
"And so he married money," concluded Mrs. Gwilt-Athelstan of one they had discussed.
Poor chap, and he'd been talkin' to me about the monotony of married life.
If you had married him you'd 'a' had a position, like they say here, right away.
He was married, but constantly said he was about to leave his wife, so she would divorce him.
If he had married her—if they were married now—then you would feel free to marry me?
He married Aldonza at Michaelmas, and all went well and peacefully in the household.
It was late in August, and on the first of September Emilia was to be married.
"She won't be married," he whispered to himself in the darkness.
I will promise him, that, if I ever marry any other man, it shall not be till he is married.
"formally wedded," late 14c., from past participle of marry (v.).