Thesaurus / marry

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Her meaning had been, from her earliest years, to marry, or be married.

The Maid of SkerRichard Doddridge Blackmore

And he agreed with her, that it was a wicked thing for a woman to come between a man and the girl he was to marry.

It helped her to bow to the commands of this man when he bade her marry him, and she loved him!

The House of the Misty StarFannie Caldwell Macaulay

Yes, I told him, or very nearly, that I could not marry him.

Evelyn InnesGeorge Moore

She shall regret this night's work, if I marry rank or money.

Thank Heaven that I had the sense to turn away from him and to marry a better, if a poorer, man.

"I'm going to marry that woman out there," he said, low and confidentially.

The Forged NoteOscar Micheaux

Mamma has been frantic with Mr. Glascock because he has been going to marry,—whom shall I say,—her edition of you.

He Knew He Was RightAnthony Trollope

Why should he marry this girl, rejected of her former lover, who now hung upon his arm?

The BertramsAnthony Trollope

She must marry some time and she was as nearly in love as she would ever be.

The Vision SpendidWilliam MacLeod Raine

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