married

[mar┬Ěried]

Married people are legally committed to each other they're joined in marriage, or wedded. Even though you may feel emotionally committed to your mate, you need to legally tie the know to be considered married.

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Adjective
joined in matrimony; "a married man"; "a married couple"

Adjective
of or relating to the state of marriage; "marital status"; "marital fidelity"; "married bliss"


imp. & p. p.
of Marry


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Usage Examples

All married couples should learn the art of battle as they should learn the art of making love. Good battle is objective and honest - never vicious or cruel. Good battle is healthy and constructive, and brings to a marriage the principles of equal partnership.

Art is moral passion married to entertainment. Moral passion without entertainment is propaganda, and entertainment without moral passion is television.

As far as friendships go, things change even without the fame. People start moving on. I have a few friends that are married and are starting to have kids and I'm like, 'Oh my goodness gracious - that's so insane.' I also have friends who are just doing their own thing, which is cool.

All I know is that I've ruled out wearing fairy wings. When I was nine I wanted to get married in fairy wings, and now I realize that's not cool anymore.

Also, in a funny way, if you have been happily married there are no unresolved areas, nothing to prove to yourself after the other dies.

All I can say is that I'm getting married in the future. I've narrowed it down to that.

Misspelled Form

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Other Usage Examples

At every party there are two kinds of people - those who want to go home and those who don't. The trouble is, they are usually married to each other.

A married woman has the same right to control her own body as does an unmarried woman.

All men make mistakes, but married men find out about them sooner.

Always get married in the morning. That way if it doesn't work out, you haven't wasted the whole day.

And in a marriage you can't TRY and be married. You're married or you're not married... as far as I'm concerned.

A lot of Hollywood couples get married young and wind up growing out of their relationship.

A lot of married people certainly have wonderful relationships with their dogs, but when you're single and your dog is the only other living thing in your house, it's a really special relationship which I wanted CATHY to have.

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