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tie the knot

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wed

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to join or be joined in marriage

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"D'you mean to say you won't marry me?" he asked hoarsely.
I shouldn't mind marrying, but I don't want to marry if I'm going to be no better off than what I am now.
"I do not understand why you should be so anxious for me to marry someone else?"
When you marry him you must save him from a cruel disenchantment by raising yourself to the level he fancies you have attained.
Erskine," she said, hardly able to control her voice; "but I will marry him if you wish it."
Well, sir, I am going to marry Agatha, as I sent you word.
When you asked me to marry you, I don't think you meant it.
If you don't want to marry me, don't; but the position you take up about love, and not seeing each other--isn't that mere sentimentality?
I shall never marry again," said Dorothea, touching her sister's chin, and looking at her with indulgent affection.
I may marry her without anything serious coming of it.
"It's a pleasant prospect," he said, "to part at the church door, and to treat my own wife on the footing of a young lady who is engaged to marry another gentleman."
"Marry me!" she added, with a sudden burst of resolution.
The Lifetime reality show will marry another two couples this week, and International Business Times has an exclusive look at one of the weddings.
It's not only Sonam Kapoor who has chosen to marry outside the film industry.