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.
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  • 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
  • When they get married, they build a small windowless hut that lacks any source of heating for warmth or cooking. Cultural Anthropology
  • Father eventually married her and she became my step-mother.
  • A child superstar, who married the world's worst behaved man.
  • _Pretty well married_, you know, implies 2000_l. _ a-year; and very well married, nothing under Tales and Novels — Volume 07
  • And the Bridal Show, for married women, seemed to do just that by focusing on the Indianess of contestants who were draped in variety of colourful sarees and mesmerizing gagra cholis that dazzled with every step.
  • Most married people fall out over money.
  • It has been announce d that Mr. A and Miss B will be married next week.
  • Oh, these professionals!" ingeminated Captain Pond again, eyeing the breach and the dismantled married quarters. Merry-Garden and Other Stories
  • If a girl married without her parents' consent, she would risk abandonment by family and tribe.
  • Madalena had been married to Ana's deceased brother, Luis, and Ana claimed that she had a right to a portion of his estate.
  • The second right about to accrue to married women is the right to pay their own debts. Times, Sunday Times
  • And while everyone around wished the couple a happy married life, one of the guests decided to be a little cheeky.
  • It's survived in a very peculiar form, with the so-called monks are actually married and have their hair long, unlike in the South where they're tonsured, and they wear civilian clothes but with the robes just over the tops of them.
  • One is a stay-at-home mom who lives in the house where she grew up, while the other is a thrice-married, childless woman of the world.
  • The priest married them.
  • They play urban refugees - an unhappily married man and a coffee-shop girl burdened by her ill father - on the threshold of potential love.
  • Therefore she discountenanced his going down to Bombay to get married.
  • After the famous New York trial of her boyfriend and pimp Mickey Jelke, "the oleo-margarine heir," the former call girl Pat Ward had quietly married an osteopath and they lived in Hollywood, Florida. An Interview with Gail Godwin about her novel Queen of the Underworld, and her memoir The Making of a Writer, both published in early 2006.
  • Lively, pretty, and pleasure-loving, Carie had married the saintly younger brother of the minister in her hometown of Hillsboro, West Virginia, because he was preparing to go as a missionary to China, and she wanted to give herself to God. PEARL BUCK IN CHINA
  • He doesn't want to get married because he is afraid of any commitments.
  • It had been supposed that by then Peter would be married.
  • She enjoys the material comforts married life has brought her.
  • Now that marriage no longer means much, why not let couples or triples or quadruples of whatever variety get married?
  • A terrible disservice is done to the half-million to one million non-Jewish parents helping to raise Jewish children whenever our community commissions yet another study to demonstrate how different the intermarried are from the in-married. Paul Golin: What Is the Biggest Divide in the Jewish Community?
  • When are you going to get married and settle down?
  • He asked me to put myself in his own situation, not married and being accused of all these things.
  • 'I called their banns, and in due time married them. News from the Duchy
  • Today, we no longer gasp when we hear a teenage girl is pregnant or whisper about unmarried couples who live together.
  • One man, newly married, notes on his blog: My wife sees me watching TV and calls my name sweetly, patting her lap, ‘Come on,’ she calls. Taken to the cleaners » Japundit Blog
  • There's a newly married couple living opposite .
  • Likewise, the status of the father determined that of the offspring; the children of a noblewoman who married a commoner would not be noble.
  • “there was a clatter in the country, that her husband and her were ower sibb when they married.” The Antiquary
  • The Angles, Saxons, Danes, Frisians and other invaders intermarried with the existing Romano-British Celts, Romans, Jutes, Gauls, Greeks and Lombards.
  • I'm pretty sure they slept together before they were married.
  • The latest rumor to emerge from the lock-tight SATC 2 shooting vault is that Anthony and Stanford will get married. 'Sex and the City 2': Will Anthony and Stanford tie the knot? | EW.com
  • Hemingway, who had become a journalist before the war, married Elisabeth Hadley, and went to report on the war in Greece and Turkey.
  • In addition, the Chancellor plans to restrict the married couple's allowance to the new low rate.
  • She is married to a company chairman.
  • In our culture at this time, procreation is not understood to be an essential part of what it is to be married.
  • But he's happily married to Stacy Creamer , a world-class triathlete and a two-time world champion in the duathlon, a running and cycling race. In It for the Long Run
  • One of the types I try to avoid is the "married but playful" kind: the ones that are stepping out on their spouses to indulge their preferences on the down-low. Recommended Reading
  • Catherine Lewis, better known as "Kittie," was married to Joseph King, of Montgomery County, History of Roanoke County
  • They fell in love, she got up the duff, he panicked and they're getting married.
  • My unmarried survey respondents seem to understand that friendship is the basis of a good marriage even as they hold out for chemistry and thunderbolts and soulmates.
  • Ms Hartnett said Woods was a "battler" who married at 16 and raised two children as a single parent. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • The same yeare, Matthew sonne to the earle of Flanders married the ladie Marie the abbesse of Ramsie, daughter to king Stephan, and with hir had the countie of Bullongne. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (5 of 12) Henrie the Second
  • Talking of Jim, have you heard that he's getting married?
  • _Mary Bosvile_, the second daughter and coheir, married Richard Burdett, of Derby, living Notes and Queries, Number 48, September 28, 1850
  • He hopes to find a house and get married in the next two years. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is married to a Chinese woman and speaks Chinese fluently.
  • Some of them married Indonesian women, converted to Islam or other faiths and applied for Indonesian citizenship.
  • People around me who get divorced want to get married again. Times, Sunday Times
  • He applied for it because he had conceived the idea that his going home as a married man might be a good thing for him. Emily Fox-Seton
  • I have never knowingly had a friend who was sexually involved with a married man.
  • The couple had been married for 40 years after meeting as teenagers and had two grown-up daughters and a grandson.
  • It's not for nothing that Cimarusti married Christina Echiverri, a retired pastry chef now raising their new baby girl.
  • A previous divorce can make you think twice about getting married again.
  • French language (a thing indispensable to the happiness of married life), piano-playing (a thing wherewith to beguile a husband’s leisure moments), and that particular department of housewifery which is comprised in the knitting of purses and other Dead Souls
  • Married at an early age, the Florentine woman from the propertied classes did not own either her dowry or the rich clothes and jewels which bedecked her during the wedding ceremony.
  • Some of them are ex-servicemen or married to service people and they were crying as they sang it.
  • I don't know why they ever got married. They're totally incompatible.
  • She married a sensible, lovely fella. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were planning to get married and then the war intervened.
  • Most households consist of a married or unmarried couple and their children.
  • He's not one of your crazy futurists - he won't dole out contraceptive medicine to anyone unmarried, say, and despite being an ob-gyn, he's a staunch pro-lifer.
  • They were married on July 14 of that year, and in early 1884 moved to Boston, where Chase arranged employment for Welch at L. Prang and Company, publishers of chromolithographs.
  • Third, James Stuart, major-general, and colonel of the thirl j-- first regiment of foot, married Lady Margaret Hume, daughter of Hugh,. Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical
  • Us married just five months, and her the nicest girl living, and you keeping us flat broke all the time, you damned old thief, so you can put money away for your saphead of a son and your wishywashy fool of a daughter! Babbit
  • 1957 - US announces manufacture of Borazon (harder than diamond) 1957 - Jerry Lee Lewis weds his cousin Myra Gale Brown, 13, while still married to his 1st wife Jane Mitcham magic-city-news.com
  • She dreamed of getting married, resigning her job, staying home and decorating a living room and baking bobka and cooking blintzes and kreplach, just like her mother.
  • Similarly, a New York court ruled that a school district could transfer a teacher who married her assistant principal.
  • O'BRIEN (voice-over): The term baby daddy means a father who is not married to the mother of his child. CNN Transcript Feb 25, 2009
  • In the brief first act Leigh shows Jean, a Brummie girl who lives alone in a Kilburn bedsit, having joyless sex with a married man played by Daniel Coonan whose wife suddenly bursts in upon them. Ecstasy - review
  • Helen will never get married; she got messed up when she was a teen ager.
  • 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
  • And all the time her eyes, with their long lashes in their dark hollow sockets will gaze into the eyes of a man who loved her truly and knowingly married her.
  • So in the earliest autumn they were married, Monsieur having previously presented Miss Lucinda with a delicate plaided gray silk for her wedding attire, in which she looked almost young; and old Israel was present at the ceremony, which was briefly performed by Parson Hyde in Miss The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 46, August, 1861
  • He married your mother in a registry office, and see what happened. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
  • Do you live with or work with or are you married to a real misery guts?
  • The couple shared similar goals and both had parents who married young. The Sun
  • By a strange quirk of fate, she later married the first boyfriend she'd ever had.
  • She looks radiant and I am so pleased to hear that she has now married. The Sun
  • Our wedding season is a year-round affair these days as people are choosing to get married in the chillier aka windier months of the year. Wedding Cake of the Day
  • They married themselves to the girls of the region and to the fat land.
  • Headwear had, at points, indicated the marital status of a woman, with unmarried women sometimes allowed to go hatless or with hair down. Fashion: A Bygone Era of Hats « Colleen Anderson
  • She married the prince and they lived happily ever after.
  • Lillian Andrews, a scheming sexpot, seduces her married boss, causing divorce and general mayhem in the lives of those around her.
  • Uncle August was married to my Aunt Avice, a pudgy and round sort of woman.
  • You married a woman you never should have married in the first place I think you know that, but you were enough of a self-flagellator to stick it out til the bitter end. "The disdain is palpable," Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry writes about Andrew Sullivan writing about me.
  • She's 29 and married but her husband is very domineering. The Sun
  • The couple married in a lavish ceremony in May. Times, Sunday Times
  • After moving to Bradford in the mid-1990s, he married a Muslim woman, Shaffia Begum, in June 1995.
  • So they're getting married, are they? Well, what do you know!
  • I think I will have a hyphenated name, she thought, when I get married. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)
  • So they're getting married, are they? Well, what do you know!
  • “There was one circumstance which, though he did not appeal to it, had much weight with me in his favour, and that was the word jointure in the taylor’s letter, whereas my aunt never had been married, and this Mr. Fitzpatrick well knew. — The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
  • Even in this day and age, when unmarried mothers are hardly seen as shameless hussies anymore, there are still girls who suffer incredible loneliness because they daren't bring shame upon their families.
  • Jack and Mary had been married for a long time but gradually drifted apart until they separated.
  • Yet long-term marrieds differed in at least one substantial way from the newly married. BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • There had been a time, he knew, when two unmarried persons of the opposite sex, walking hand in hand without chaperonage, might have beento say the leastfrowned upon. The Messenger
  • Well, some girls specialise in married men because they're dumb, nasty bitches who genuinely dislike other women.
  • In the majority of our traditions, it is common to see parents encourage their young daughters to abandon school and get married at ages which are prohibited by law.
  • Meanwhile, 66% of women and 69% of men married 10 years had never cohabited. Report: Cohabiting has little effect on marriage success
  • It's probably the difference between going through a bad divorce and having break-ups from people you never married.
  • How ever problems can arise when a couple gets married from different faiths or religions.
  • The widespread ambivalence over whether the sons and daughters of Egyptian women married to foreign men should be allowed Egyptian citizenship assumed many dimensions.
  • Similarly, although nobody wants to be called a prude, one could hardly deny that being offended by non-abstinence sex education, pre-marital sex, and homosexuality is objectively anti-sex (that is to say: unmarried, non-heterosexual, and/or kinky sex). Matthew Yglesias » Also: The Sky Is Blue
  • The Mississippi civil rights law, passed in 1865, contained the standard language: “All freedmen, free Negroes and mulattoes, who do now and have heretofore lived and cohabited together as husband and wife shall be taken and held in law as legally married.” A Renegade History of the United States
  • But she did not conceive of unmarried life as a solution.
  • But it was her romance with the married footballer which last year thrust her back into the spotlight. The Sun
  • She had a string of wealthy boyfriends before she finally married.
  • To this it may be due that Miss Arabella had reached the age of five and twenty not merely unmarried but unwooed. Captain Blood
  • 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.
  • Contemporary law classified married and under-aged women as non-persons, their identities being subsumed under that of their husband or father.
  • However, this duty ends if the minor gets married or becomes emancipated.
  • On October 8, 1865, in the Great Synagogue in London, she married Isaac Magnin, born in Assen, Holland, in 1842, a carver and gilder. Mary Ann Cohen: Magnin.
  • The others were two married corporals, a single corporal and two unmarried lance-corporals.
  • The pair had been married for almost 20 years and lived in a seven-room apartment on Manhattan's comfortable, if not ritzy, West End Avenue.
  • I also know many ex-seminarians and former priests who have married who would still love to minister as priests.
  • A married woman may bar her Release of right of dower in land conveyed by her husband or by operation dower° of law by joining in, the deed conveying the land or by releasing the land by a subsequent deed executed either separately or jointly with her husband. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • Rosenthal, for all his camp flamboyance at the Alternative Miss World, is married to a curator at the Prado museum in Madrid and has two daughters.
  • Unemployment among married women reached a peak.
  • True Blood" co-stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer married Saturday evening; the bride wore "a white halterneck, three-quarter length gown and black platform court shoes, with her hair in an updo," according to US Weekly ... Faith Evans arrested for DUI; Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer marry; 'Mad Men' sends internet searching for Dr. Lyle Evans
  • She remembered Frank's question: "How could you ever have married such a dullard ? THE HELLBOUND HEART
  • The central two-hander is set among a group of friends, all of whom are married or about to marry.
  • Her internal conditioning went something like this: He is the MAN so I have to do what he says because I am pushing thirty-three and I have to get married or else I will start to lose my looks and my fertilizable eggs. Mama Gena’s Marriage Manual
  • I didn't want to impose myself on my married friends.
  • Indeed the expense and the nature of the gifts - unyoked animals for unmarried goddesses, for example - help to colour in those personalities, their status and importance.
  • She had been married at the age of twenty-two, and since the birth of her last child had suffered much from various uterine troubles, described to me by her medical attendant as 'ulceration, perimetritis, and endometritis.' Fat and Blood An Essay on the Treatment of Certain Forms of Neurasthenia and Hysteria
  • Of course, being the first story arc after the One More Day silliness, this arc is going to have to live up to some stringent standards, like whether this story's quality was contingent upon it being a single Spider-Man (which is questionable, as the best aspects of this comic were the old-fashioned superhero stuff and the return of the supporting cast - neither of which hinged on Peter being married) and forcing the new potential love interest to be compared instantly to Mary Jane, which is a tough comparison for a new character, although Carlie Cooper hold up pretty well, I think (she even has an alliterative name!) as the nerdy, yet attractive, police scientist roommate/best friend of Harry Osborn's new girlfriend. The Amazing Spider-Man #546-548 Review | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources
  • The child of parents who are themselves eternal children, Harriet is married off to a much older man, Freddie, for whom she has no genuine emotion other than vague gratitude. The Ones That Got Away « Tales from the Reading Room
  • If anybody had told me when I first got married that I was going to have seven children, I would have run a mile.
  • The announcement made it sound as though he'd married a flighty piece of Eurotrash. LADY BE GOOD
  • Illegitimacy was no longer stigmatized and unmarried mothers were given all the rights of married women.
  • He said in an interview that he wanted to get married.
  • I would like to point out that even if more unmarried men lead to intrasocial instability, whether this will lead to intersocial violence is not clear. China's Future: A Clockwork Orange?
  • He wants to get married but first he needs his own roof over his head. Times, Sunday Times
  • The growth in Hispanic illegitimacy is especially important because Hispanics keep increasing as a share of all new births, married or unmarried, up from 14.3 percent in 1990 to 23.8 percent in 2005 to 24.6 percent in 2007. VDARE.com - Latest Articles
  • He and his 28-year-old wife were on their honeymoon, having got married just three days earlier.
  • After your children married and had children of their own, you were relegated to grandparenthood and looming senior citizenry. Kristen Houghton: Women's Relationships Aren't Age-Specific Anymore
  • They were married at Chiseldon, Wiltshire, and recently celebrated their diamond wedding.
  • A favorite librarian, whose husband served in merchant navy, all through their married life. Archive 2008-02-01
  • She married again and was finally reconciled with her father, but rarely spoke about her prison experiences. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you were unmarried or childless, or sometimes simply owned a cat, you were regarded with suspicion. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can become concupiscent, like someone in a singles bar who knows that however unlikely success may seem, at least the desired object is not married and off the market.
  • The couple married in a lavish ceremony in May. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hillary Clinton does not deserve resect from many people not because she is a woman but because she is a Liar married with a Liar. indy dem Clinton chastises press for ignoring sexism
  • Are we engaging in "presentism" and failing to understand what was done in other times and places if we assume that unmarried men who have no apparent intimate relationships with women had a homosexual orientation whether acted upon or not? Was Washington Irving gay?
  • The reason why by polygamical marriages among Christians the marriage of the Lord and the church is profaned, is, because there is a correspondence between that divine marriage and the marriages of Christians; concerning which, see above, n. 83-102; which correspondence entirely perishes, if one wife is joined to another; and when it perishes, the married man is no longer a The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love
  • It always seemed as though they would get married.
  • I don't really care what it's called, but if non-religious straight people can get married, so should gays.
  • In 1796 he married the "citizeness" Isaure Mouchon, by whom he had three children: a son, Claude, and two daughters, Jenny -- Mme. Leclercq -- and Eliza. Repertory of the Comedie Humaine Part 1
  • His name was Baderoon, and as he was unmarried and had been used to a roving life, having been several voyages to North Australia to catch trepang or “beche de mer”, I was in hopes of being able to keep him. The Malay Archipelago
  • She remarried her former husband ten years after their divorce.
  • Something like sixty percent of all married men will have an affair at some point in their marriage.
  • She married a foreigner for mere lucre.
  • When she expressed her regret to me later, I told her that had she married him he would have abandoned her as soon as he became a star.
  • Engle makes Sherry adorably effective as an effable, devoted (brings his lunch to work) wife who deals reasonably well with that pesky little transgression and is funny as hell when she learns while drunk that Joe's old flame is married to the renegade preacher. James Scarborough: Bail Me Out, the Hudson Guild Theatre
  • She had a string of wealthy boyfriends before she finally married.
  • After my father passed away, my sisters got married, but I told my mother I didn't want to get married so soon.
  • She still tries to maintain the fiction that she is happily married.
  • If you ever get married, which seems to be extremely problematic
  • Some suspect that the availability of welfare benefits, more generous to single mothers than married ones, may be an incentive.
  • If any other factors accounted for the increase of women to the labor force, I'd have to suggest only that emigrations during the period may have brought in demographics of young, unmarried women with fewer constraints, or married families with women emigrating with renewed energy and hope that reinforced the innovations going on at the time. Electric Liberation, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Sheffer -- who knew what makes business men laugh -- pinned his simple faith to three main subjects, convulsive of the diaphragmatic muscles, building up each series upon the inherent humor to be extracted from physical violence as represented in the perpetrations and punishments of Ruff and Reddy, marital infidelity as mirrored in the stratagems and errancies of an amorous ape with an aged and jealous spouse, and the sure-fire familiarity of aged minstrel jokes (mother-in-law, country constable, young married cookery, and the like) refurbished in pictorial serials through the agency of two uproarious and imbecilic vulgarians, Bonehead and Buttinsky. Success A Novel
  • He repudiated his first wife and married a recognised Judaic princess, thereby seeking at least a form of legal sanction.
  • My wife and I bought these nice microfibre sofa and love-seat when we got married. Use Homemade Stain Removers To Banish Tough Stains | Lifehacker Australia
  • 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.
  • One was getting married in 26 layers of netting and tulle, and looked like a giant meringue. Times, Sunday Times
  • In 2007 tax concessions for commuters will be slashed and the tax-free allowance for both married and single persons will be cut.
  • She married a practical stranger.
  • She was anxious to allay any suspicion that she had married for money.
  • By and by, when in her turn, back in the festally decorated house, she came to give the newly married pair her felicitations, she was well pleased to see Stuart quite himself again, smiling at her with the proud look of the bridegroom from whom no human being can wrest the prize he has just secured. Under the Country Sky
  • The couple married in 1964 and a life of blissful domesticity beckoned. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most households consist of a married or unmarried couple and their children.
  • He dressed carefully in the brown suit he had been married in.
  • The couple were married after meeting via a telephone chatline in March last year. Archive 2006-04-01
  • She's married to another author and is working on her sixth novel.
  • If we ever get married we'll have one terrific wedding.
  • In 1774, he married Albany native and Dutch church pewholder Sarah Fryer. Willett of the Day: Edward S. Willett, merchant
  • More and more couples are setting up home together without getting married.
  • It was at a dance that she met her late husband, Bill, who she married in 1937.
  • But why is a cultured married middle-aged woman networking on the internet? Times, Sunday Times
  • In 1972 he married an astronomer and began a bicoastal arrangement, spending part of the year in Irvine, where he has a post, and the remainder in Maryland.
  • Until I got married, pasta to me meant tins of spaghetti, boy was I wrong.
  • Eat, drink, and be merry," he counselled lachrymosely, "for to-morrow we may be married. Married Life The True Romance
  • Rachel and David are getting married on Saturday.
  • I am totes getting married tomorrow you guys!
  • I know catching the bouquet traditionally (and superstitiously) means the bachelorette will be the next to get married … but I wasn’t sure if the same tradition rings true for the dude who gets the garter. Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My Business » Blog Archive » There’s Something About Marry
  • Billionaire Greek shipping mogul Aristotle Onassis is credited for kicking off the private-island trend in 1968 when he married Jackie Kennedy on Skorpios, his paradise in the Ionian Sea.

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