[ US /ɹiˈmɛɹi/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪmˈæɹi/ ]
  1. marry, not for the first time
    After her divorce, she remarried her high school sweetheart
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How To Use remarry In A Sentence

  • Remarriage as adultery: Paul regarded it as adultery for a divorced person to remarry if the spouse was still alive.
  • Should you remarry if your first marriage crumbles? Christianity Today
  • She did remarry a wonderful man who was a super stepfather to us.
  • The couple have considered remarrying, but Jim is not sure.
  • One solution they are considering is remarrying on the continent, most likely Denmark, and to force the Irish authorities finally to recognise their marriage.
  • When my father died, my stepmother stayed on, remarrying a couple of years later.
  • After a lengthy and painful divorce, she vowed never to remarry.
  • The children may also feel that they themselves are demonstrating a lack of fidelity by supporting their remarrying parent.
  • Nonetheless, the court appointed her special administratrix of the Monroe estate, most likely due to the influence of Joe DiMaggio, who by many accounts had been planning to remarry Marilyn. The Things She Left Behind
  • I don't believe that they were going to remarry.
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