unwedded

ADJECTIVE
  1. of someone who has not been married
    unwed mother
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How To Use unwedded In A Sentence

  • As she grew into maidenhood her father was troubled because she remained unwedded: all his hopes for descendants were in this girl, his only child.
  • My mother too is dead, and I am called her murderess, unjustly it is true, but still that injustice is mine to bear; and she that was the glory of my house, my darling child, is growing old and grey, unwedded still; and those twin brethren, called the sons of Zeus, are now no more. Helen
  • It is not the custom in our country for a widow to live long unwedded.
  • About them came the "beaux," -- the younger officers who were here to-night, the aides, the unwedded legislators. The Long Roll
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