married couple

  1. two people who are married to each other
    his second marriage was happier than the first
    a married couple without love
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How To Use married couple In A Sentence

  • Today, we no longer gasp when we hear a teenage girl is pregnant or whisper about unmarried couples who live together.
  • There's a newly married couple living opposite .
  • In addition, the Chancellor plans to restrict the married couple's allowance to the new low rate.
  • Most households consist of a married or unmarried couple and their children.
  • Once upon a time it was a natural and unavoidable element in the relations of every married couple; just as it was natural and unavoidable, once upon a time, that the unwarlike and commercially-minded burghers of a mediæval city should bargain with a neighbouring and predatory baron to keep at bay – for a consideration – other barons no less predatory but a little less neighbouring. Marriage as a Trade
  • The newly married couple was very happy, although many people warned the kindly man about the willful and headstrong nature of his new step-daughter.
  • Eight of the 11 suspects in the spy ring were teams that prosecutors say were handpicked and put together as married couples to cozy up to American policymakers.
  • Most households consist of a married or unmarried couple and their children.
  • Married couples and children under 14 were in the centre of the lower decks, with the single women and girls in the ‘after-berths’, and the single males and boys in the ‘fore part’ of the ship.
  • A married couple were detained in the same prison, but in separate confinement, for a period of about two months.
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