marriage of convenience

  1. a marriage for expediency rather than love
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How To Use marriage of convenience In A Sentence

  • This theme was followed through in the aftermath of that marriage of convenience, as those dumpy princesses found themselves, well, dumped.
  • Though the diplomatic courtship is at an early stage, the Foreign Office is optimistic about such a marriage of convenience.
  • The Home Office had suspected that it was a marriage of convenience, to get the woman in.
  • Of course it would be a marriage of convenience, though you'd be financially secure for life.
  • This was a highly effective marriage of convenience, helping to balance the demand for electricity.
  • Gerard Depardieu plays a French immigrant in a marriage of convenience with Andie McDowell.
  • Sounds like the perfect Manhattan marriage of convenience and consumerism.
  • A widow enters into a temporary marriage of convenience with a recently bereaved man to help him care for his daughter. The Sun
  • The democrat and the dictator are six months into southern Africa's most curious marriage of convenience.
  • He told me he was in a marriage of convenience.
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