[ US /ˈmɛɹid/ ]
[ UK /mˈæɹɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. joined in matrimony
    a married couple
    a married man
  2. of or relating to the state of marriage
    married bliss
    marital fidelity
    marital status
NOUN
  1. a person who is married
    we invited several young marrieds
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How To Use married In A Sentence

  • I shall be glad when the last of my daughters is married off.
  • As you start your married life together hand in hand, may all the things you're hoping for turn out the way you've planned.
  • Jim had hustled over quietly and begun to help out with the horseshoeing, expecting ridicule from the likes of Hugh Glass or old Zeke Williams, who had just arrived at the rendezvous, but, to his surprise, the fact that he was married to a woman of such pure fire produced the very opposite of the effect he had feared. The Berrybender Narratives
  • I wouldn't have felt properly married if it hadn't been a church wedding.
  • When they met she was happily married to her first husband Laurie Brown, a member of Manchester United's back-room staff.
  • The feeling of movement - discussed as kinaesthesia - is married to a musical sequence, by which the shapes seem to converse in a kind of inner-skull environment.
  • His sister Anaumed went over to Armorica in 490, and upon her arrival was married to Budic, king of the Armorican Britons. The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March
  • She got married when she was twenty and had two children but was increasingly unhappy about the political situation in Southern Rhodesia, particularly the racism of the white ruling class.
  • Are you changing your name when you get married?
  • They married after two years and have a son together. Times, Sunday Times
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