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- adj. Incapable of being divorced or separated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incapable of being divorced or separated; free from divorce.
England was not only a divorceless society; it was a society without adoption laws as well.
England had been a “divorceless society,” and remained that way until 1857.
Zulus and of Utah, the polyandry of Tibet, the latitudes of experiment permitted in the United States, and the divorceless wedlock of Comte.
The family as an institution was almost completely gone; its only salvation would be an immediate return to a divorceless condition.
There was a time in this country when our marriage was a practically divorceless bond, soluble only under extraordinary circumstances by people in situations of exceptional advantage for doing so.
I turn from the subject of divorce, to the subject of divorceless separation; full of the same difficulty of obtaining justice.
13 Moreover, a divorceless state is not a state without adultery, prostitution, fornication.
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