- n. Plural form of matrimonial.
“The obsession with caste and status is nowhere better demonstrated than in the matrimonials section of India's national papers.”
“Boone works as a private-eye, but he hates matrimonials.”
“KeralaIyers aims “to delve into the history, trace the roots, portray the life of modern day Kerala Iyers, and chronicle the achievements of this community.” iKalyanam claims to be “the only exclusive site for Iyer matrimonials.””
“Originally founded as an Arabic online email service, over the past 12 years Maktoob. com (literally meaning "written" in Arabic) expanded into a full-fledged search portal and online community, providing a vast array of services ranging from matrimonials to local sports.”
“Still later following matrimonials at the picturesque Tory parish church and some strictly procreative sexual concourse, a pregnant pause, and the welcome pitter patter of little feet, our Tory-blessed nukes will then it seems get parenting lessons from the Tory, er, nanny state.”
“You can search for your life partner in niche websites for Assamese matrimonials, Bengali matrimonials, Gujarati matrimonials, Hindi matrimonials, Mumbai matrimonials and all other communities in India.”
“Then it became a name for dating agencies: lovely wheat-complexioned Agarwal, U. S.-university MBA, seeks same civil service/military for matrimonials.”
“Then it became a name for dating agencies: _lovely wheat-complexioned Agarwal, U. S.-university MBA, seeks same civil service/military for matrimonials_.”
“Indeed she would neither do nor say anything herself which tended in any way to a furtherance of these matrimonials.”
“And she single-handedly drives the very Indian industry of marriage brokering called matrimonials.”
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