mixed marriage

  1. marriage of two people from different races or different religions or different cultures
    the families of both partners in a mixed marriage often disapprove
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How To Use mixed marriage In A Sentence

  • Such integration will automatically lead to mixed marriages.
  • the families of both partners in a mixed marriage often disapprove
  • Frequent migration through borders, driven by the city's rapid economic growth, is a major cause ago the growing code of mixed marriage.
  • Some catholic priests will allow mixed marriages and some won't.
  • A further reason is that the Church claims jurisdiction over such mixed marriages, institutes diriment impediments to them, and grants dispensations. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • It was upon these grounds, at least on the religious ideological level, that the exclusionists, led by Nehemiah and Ezra, based their attack on mixed marriages.
  • The main grounds appeared to be the danger which it might pose to the small Southern protestant minority by encouraging mixed marriages.
  • Marriages that did not survive are thus undercounted, and this fact artificially lowers the apparent intermarriage rate, since divorce is more likely, statistically speaking, in mixed marriages. American Grace
  • We are both children of racially mixed marriages.
  • 5.156 Various proposals were canvassed, including suggestions that sterilisation should be undertaken and that mixed marriages should be annulled by law.
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