matrimony

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Synonyms for matrimony

marriage

Synonyms for matrimony

the state of being united as husband and wife

Synonyms for matrimony

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If the figures are correct, doesn't that also imply 70 per cent of men must have been behaving matrimonially badly?
Anticipating "the conquest of all that remained unsubdued of his heart" (89), Elizabeth regrets the absence of Wickham, who signals by his absence both his guilt regarding Darcy and his disinclination to ally himself matrimonially with the relatively unconnected and impecunious Elizabeth.
Minty is a middle-class, misunderstood and matrimonially maladjusted minx.
At Barista, matrimonially inclined couples can now be in high spirits on their way to matrimony.