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Synonyms for Wed

get married to

Synonyms

  • get married to
  • espouse
  • get hitched to
  • be united to
  • plight your troth to
  • get spliced to
  • take as your husband or wife

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  • divorce
  • separate from
  • part from
  • split up from

get married

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Synonyms for Wed

to join or be joined in marriage

Synonyms for Wed

the fourth day of the week

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having been taken in marriage

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Not only that, but if we'd bombed Assad's forces a year ago we could help more now, by bombing those who had helped Islamic State, such as us, and bomb ourselves.
Harness Free THIS morn as I awoke I lay, my mind did wander back so far, In time to places where we'd play, when latch key kids, our doors ajar.
We'd like to attract local business, we'd like to create jobs for people, so that we have the type of businesses where people will come to town, want to work for those businesses, do new construction, do new improvements on existing homes.
In the front room, a fire was lit, So down the stairs we'd run and sit.
We'd obviously have preferred the game to be at Ibrox.
We're one of the only tier one nations that hasn't got to a semi-final, and it's something we'd aspire to.
In all honesty the challenge began before we'd even set foot on the pitch, wriggling into the tightest rugby shirts we'd ever worn we bounced out of the changing room feeling like overstuffed sausages, ready to face three of the biggest "Giants" we'd ever seen.
If we had a properly regulated system of production and supply we'd have no more illegal and dangerous cannabis farms causing fires.
We'd go for reds, snook, or whatever he wants to target
This means no border controls, so we'd lose the opt-out we currently have.
Taylor said: "If we'd won, we'd all be excited and we'd all be saying things but in the back of our minds would be the 120 minutes where we were the second best team.
Harry Redknapp, the favourite for the England job prior to Hodgson's appointment, added: "It would have been an injustice if we'd won.
If they had realised the truth, we'd have been in disgrace.
Each evening we'd send the kids off to their bedrooms, then silently stroll through the house, turning off each and every light, eliminating anything that could steal away their attention.
I lay awake, and I couldn't stop thinking about how we'd emptied the outhouse after the house clearance.