[ US /ˌɪntɝˈmɛɹɪdʒ/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪntəmˈæɹɪd‍ʒ/ ]
  1. marriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law
  2. marriage within one's own tribe or group as required by custom or law
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How To Use intermarriage In A Sentence

  • Marriages that did not survive are thus undercounted, and this fact artificially lowers the apparent intermarriage rate, since divorce is more likely, statistically speaking, in mixed marriages. American Grace
  • Using census data from 1990 and 2000, Qian and Lichter identified "unprecedented declines in intermarriage with whites, and big increases in marriages between native - and foreign-born members of Asian and Hispanic ethnicities. Influx of Immigrants Alters Mating Game | Impact Lab
  • For several decades, Jewish leaders have warned of a demographic crisis in American Jewry caused by low fertility rates and intermarriage rates that hover around 50 percent. International Adoptions Changing Face Of U.S. Judaism
  • Traditionally there were 50 small Latin communities which were united by common Latin cults and by the common Latin rights of intermarriage, contractual dealing, and intermigration. B. The Peoples of Italy
  • This quiet demographic counter - revolution is a dramatic upsurge in intermarriage.
  • There has been a good deal of intermarriage, especially among Sunni Muslims with different ethnic backgrounds.
  • But yeah, “intermarriage is up, a sign of increasing racial isolation” makes no sense. The Volokh Conspiracy » How to Turn Good News into Bad News
  • The results also indicate a low level of admixture (intermarriage, conversion etc.) into the gene pool of these various Jewish communities.
  • Interracial residence and intermarriage are not only a disgrace but also forbidden by law.
  • However, through intermarriage, political and economic success, and the shift to the Anglican and Congregational churches, the Huguenots in Boston assimilated and eventually vanished as a separate entity.
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