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Noun(1) the fourth day of the week; the third working day
Verb(1) take in marriage(2) perform a marriage ceremony
Adjective(1) having been taken in marriage
(1) Meanwhile, the new English King Aella plans to wed Princess Morgana of Wales in the hope of strengthening English defenses against the Vikings.(2) Twice wed , he fathered five children with each wife.(3) Of course there are still sugar daddies and gold diggers still practising the old ways, but nowhere near as many as when the married tax allowance was the main reason to wed .(4) As a reward she is allowed to choose her husband and names Bertram, who unwillingly obeys the king's order to wed her.(5) Christians often wed in Orthodox churches, and a variety of wedding types exist.(6) But since gays can't yet legally wed in the United States, how is ‘single’ defined?(7) will you wed your daughter to him?(8) He could tell that Shannon was taken aback by the news of King Nick refusing to wed anyone else, but throughout the meal she was concocting another plan, one that he will never forget.(9) he was to wed the king's daughter(10) They wed in March 2003 after a two-year engagement.(11) I am a pragmatic person, although I do have a romantic streak, and there are practical advantages to being wed .(12) At dinner, Mrs. Jennings says she knows where the two went - to Allenham, to visit the house she imagines will be Marianne's, once the two wed .(13) They became engaged at the end of the fifth series and wed in the pouring rain during what was meant to be the last ever episode, an hour-length edition screened on Easter Saturday 1995.(14) will you wed your daughter to him?(15) That he has prospered this season is perhaps testament to new manager Jim Duffy's ability to wed the adventurous elements of the Italian's passing approach with a more studied gameplan.(16) In Sweden, for instance, 70 percent of cohabiters wed after their first child is born.
1. marry ::
2. unite ::
3. tie ::
4. wedded ::
1. divorce ::
Different Formsunwed, wed, weds
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