married woman

  1. a married woman; a man's partner in marriage
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How To Use married woman In A Sentence

  • The wedding started with a closed session in which the bride, in a black doek and the traditional makoti attire of a newly married woman, was given her new name.
  • A married woman was sued on a bill of exchange and a cheque that she had signed at the request of her husband.
  • Later he rustles cattle, reminisces about the married woman he seduced and abandoned, and deliberately shoots a woman who has just saved his life, then tries to swindle her.
  • I know one married woman who works long hours for a misogynist boss to pay a childminder she doesn't entirely trust. Times, Sunday Times
  • Despite being a happily married woman she has the fridge of a singleton.
  • The novelist himself lived for many years in unconsummated love with a happily married woman who accepted him as part of her family.
  • This struck me as one of those existential moments in the life of a happily married woman.
  • On Dec. 13 the New Jersey Supreme Court, in a 5-2 vote, overturned a state law that forbid sexual intercourse between any man and an unmarried woman.
  • With the introduction of independent taxation, a married woman's position is much clearer.
  • At one point in the evening, the bride's veil is removed and replaced with a kerchief, symbolizing her change from maiden to married woman.
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