matrimonial

[ ma-truh-moh-nee-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF matrimonial

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That is the matrimonial one, interrupted he, with a big voice—and to this gentleman.

Had I a slighter notion of the matrimonial duty than I have, perhaps I might.

Let her keep to her own matrimonial projects—if she has any.'

Social precedent, the value in the matrimonial market, all rest upon it.

It is very sure in expectancy, like the making of matrimonial matches.

This they esteem the highest tie, these the holy mysteries, and matrimonial Gods.

And every day fetched Jonadab's bows nigher the matrimonial rocks.

The cousins denied indignantly that he had any matrimonial intention.

Tell me, do they think their matrimonial differences will be adjusted over there, or what?

Their matrimonial arrangements are not made in what we regard as the normal way.

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