- n. Plural form of married.
“Yet long-term marrieds differed in at least one substantial way from the newly married.”
“In the case of Bridget Jones, it was the social malaise of the thirtysomething singleton, surrounded by smug marrieds and inappropriate men.”
“Young marrieds -- especially those who worship regularly -- plus education generate the greatest amount of human capital.”
“Former Wall Streeter David Goldman pointed out in Of Demographics and Depressions First Things, May 2009 that the economic slump began in the home mortgage industry because we have no more young marrieds with children than we had in 1969.”
“The airy, minimalist spot features plural marrieds Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloe Sevigny, and Ginnifer Goodwin with Bill Paxton reaching for — and losing his grip — on each of his three wives.”
“A friend made it up for a party: "singletons in one hotel, marrieds in another!”
“As young marrieds, about the only recreation Cheri and I had time for was Sundays at RFK, on some tickets we lucked into for a few years while their owners were raising kids.”
“The landmark show — currently nominated for a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program — has always been about unhappily marrieds.”
“This story could have been told with any set of young marrieds, and it probably would have seemed more original that way.”
“Just a few days ago we learned that happily marrieds Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon were planning to celebrate their second wedding anniversary by renewing their wedding vows.”
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