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The Hills, married for nearly 21 years, kissed each other as Lew bent his 6-foot-5 frame into the passenger seat.

In 1997, two years after the death of his first wife, he married Charlotte Mailliard Swig, the longtime chief of protocol for the city of San Francisco.

Ready for replacementSeveral times a year, Domino receives calls from women who are about to be married.

The two started playing tennis and eventually married in 1982.

I had my first attack of anxiety in third grade and it wasn’t until I was married with children that I learned how to keep it from controlling my life.

That man was Xavier Cortada, a gay man who wrote of his frustration that he and his partner of eight years were unable to marry.

The star announces he is to marry his 27-year-old boyfriend.

It happened on Glee and in Sex and The City, and now in Japan women can marry themselves.

Most critically, the split perspectives of Noah and Alison need to marry more elegantly.

Hearst is to be released from prison and is planning to marry.

"The man did not marry her for love," the Elder went on now somewhat more confident.

He shan't marry me without your consent, so don't be angry and abuse us all; for which you will be sorry an hour hence.

Does he think that he can force a handsome jolly young bachelor, like his son Gilbert, to marry the like o' her?

It is commonly said: If a man put away his wife, and she go from him, and marry another man, shall he return to her any more?

In 1855 Congress passed an act conferring citizenship on alien women who should marry American citizens.

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On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marry, such as: join, wed, ally, associate, bond, and combine.

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

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