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marriage

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the act or ceremony by which two people become husband and wife

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Bartle Massey had consented to attend the wedding at Adam's earnest request, under protest against marriage in general and the marriage of a sensible man in particular.
The prince had enough to do in keeping the peace between the irritable Hippolyte and his mother, and eventually the former became so malicious and sarcastic on the subject of the approaching wedding, that Muishkin took offence at last, and refused to continue his visits.
Agathon Carver, who had nearly succeeded in enlisting her as a recruit for the Valley of Love; and in the circumstances no one had expected either of the ladies to return for the wedding.
She thought of them on the one day of their triumph, when they had stood like Kitty under the wedding crown, with love and hope and dread in their hearts, renouncing the past, and stepping forward into the mysterious future.
And all ye who have come to witness a wedding stay in your seats.
But now, let young and old declare, which of us has come hither without a wedding garment, the bridegroom or the bride
However, the village wedding at which I suddenly found myself a spectator was, for a village, a singularly quiet one.
Do you think it nice to go to Rome on a wedding journey?
She had been all ready Tuesday, and her friends and the minister were there, and the wedding supper prepared.
He says he MUST come to my wedding, no matter what happens to Europe.
So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the tender hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart.
Edna and her father had a warm, and almost violent dispute upon the subject of her refusal to attend her sister's wedding.
But just as the wedding was going to be solemnized, old Mr Fox stirred under the bench, and cudgelled all the rabble, and drove them and Mrs Fox out of the house.
The celebrity of the bride's name attracted attention, and the spectators seemed to wonder that the wedding was not more sumptuous.
She tried to add some commonplace phrases of explanation, accounting as probably as might be for the absence of the usual wedding outfit and wedding-dress.