Married

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Definition

to get married, to marry: to have a wedding, to become husband and wife
idiom

(to be) married: to have a wife or husband
adjective

unmarried: single, without a husband or wife
adjective

Examples

  • "Last I heard you were happily married with a child on the way."
  • "Marital status: MARRIED 8 TIMES, DIVORCED 3 TIMES"
  • "After University I married my sweetheart Jeffrey and we've been together for 8 years now."
  • "In the event of my death, I bequeath the following to my grandson, Brian Alastair Sinclair Jones, on the condition that he be married."
  • "Samantha : I still can't believe that you married that slob, Jenny."
  • "We were going to get married in two weeks."
  • "Brian : You really think that the solicitor would believe we were married?"
  • "My grandson William married a peasant called Kate!"
  • "And besides, I did some research, she's married to a brain surgeon."
  • "Apparently my grandfather insisted that I be married before receiving the inheritance."

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