unconsummated

[ UK /ʌnkˈɒnsəmˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not consummated (especially of a marriage)
    an unconsummated marriage can be annulled
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How To Use unconsummated In A Sentence

  • In 1853, while painting his portrait in Scotland, Millais fell in love with Ruskin's wife Effie, the victim of an unconsummated marriage, whom he wed in 1855.
  • You may be seeing more patients with a long-ignored but serious problem: unconsummated marriage.
  • They marry, but the marriage is kept secret and unconsummated for a year.
  • The defects of the system include: lacking legislative system and specialized authorities, the monotonous operation way, imperfect supervising system and unconsummated related systems.
  • Stopes' first marriage was unconsummated and then annulled in 1916 and so she found herself researching the subject.
  • I stood on the bemired beach with Dianna on the first month anniversary of her unconsummated marriage.
  • Male-female friendship with an unconsummated erotic subtext becomes much healthier for a woman because it obliterates the potential for pain that always seems to accompany romantic involvement.
  • There is also a homely, unworldly duo, Mitch and Mickey, played by Catherine O'Hara and Levy: a pair deeply traumatised by their unspoken, unconsummated love for each other.
  • Among the foreign diplomats looking on, optimists refer to the squabbling coalition as an "unconsummated marriage".
  • His undergraduate relationship with Hughes was physical but unconsummated, as was quite normal in the early 1950s, a period when comparatively few students were having sex.
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