unwed[ wed ]SEE DEFINITION OF unwed
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And the youngest-born, the Lady Lucy, I take it, is yet unwed?
We lead the life of a political marriage, but the heart is unwed.
Better for thee to have died childless and unwed than thus to bring shame on thy father and all thy kinsfolk and people.
And the generations crowded one against another; a girl worried about spinsterhood if she reached seventeen unwed.
The pitying world looks on and measures the unwed lovers' loss, but who can measure their gain?
Why dost thou pass thy years unwed, following arms, thirsting for throats?
Under the moonlight dance the unwed brides, veiled and in flowing robes; Gerbert thinks he sees Ida among them.
She had reached that second stage of unwed womanhood when interest in material things supersedes that of sentiment.
Unwed, unfancied, ware of wiles, they fingerponder nightly each his variorum edition of The Taming of the Shrew.
Under the moonlight dance the unwed brides, veiled and in flowing robes; Gerbert thinks he sees Ida amongst them.
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