Thesaurus / wed
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But before permitting you to go I wish, not having been able to wed you myself, to betroth you to the one you have chosen.
I longed to hear her and to see her always; I would have died in rapture at her side, but I was never fain to wed her.
In this same year of 1816, she hoped in vain to wed a Troisville, but he was already married.
But she said she would wed no man, and told him to search the whole wide world for some one more beautiful.
THE WHALE AND THE GRASSHOPPERSEUMAS O'BRIEN
Marius looks elsewhere for a wife—unless mademoiselle of her own free will should elect to wed him—a thing unlikely.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
These rumors greatly annoyed the chevalier, since he had hoped at this time to wed Mlle. Cormon.
And Ramoun welcomes Veran, and hopes that Mirèio will wed him, and calls his daughter, who gently refuses.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
In 1821 rumor had it that he intended to wed a miller's widow, his patroness, who was thirty-two years old.
The princess may love the gems in his turban, his Arabic verses; but not even here in Sicily will she wed an infidel.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Since the time that he died have I ruled the land; divers men have wooed me, but none that I would wed, & my name is Gyda.
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