wed[ wed ]SEE DEFINITION OF wed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WED
Why should I guard it longer for him who may wed her, and whom I may never behold?
I have ever said that a brave lance should wed her; and, by my soul!
So Norss and Faia were wed, and they went to live in the cabin in the fir-grove.
"The mountain shall not wed the sea," muttered the envious air.
Yes, it must be a dream, since certainly it was to no madman that I was wed last night.
I think I understand you;—and they who are to be wed are happy?
I can wed them here myself—it would be the surer way—yes, that is what I shall do.
"Professor Maxon intends to wed one of these to his daughter," von Horn continued.
I have no mind to wed for a while, but Giles Martin of Gommatch is my sweetheart.
We will inveigle ladies fair, and wed them in our secret cavern.