from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to undo the action of marrying.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To annul the marriage of; to divorce.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To divorce; dissolve the marriage contract of.
Media Institute unMarriage event, "where he invited all couples to" unmarry "until everyone has the opportunity to marry whomever they want.
If the Census uses current methods, it would "unmarry people who checked off 'married couples,'" — even in states where same-sex marriage is legal, Carey says.
The U.S. Census Bureau, principally, is forbidden from counting same-sex married couples as married -- even when they are legally married in their home states -- by the Defense of Marriage Act. In 2010, as in previous decades, the decennial Census will once again unmarry those same-sex couples who report themselves as married, and count them instead as "unmarried partners."
And if you think you should unmarry us, think again.
But people marry and unmarry for reasons remote from the IRS.
To have risked his life in her rescue, at such a moment, seemed to him nothing, could he but more certainly have ascertained her own wishes, and real situation: but as she attempted neither resistance nor remonstrance, he concluded Bellamy spoke truth; and if they were married, he could not unmarry them; and if they were going to her friends, they were doing all he could now exact.
Sixtus V., a Cordelier become pope, declared, by his letter of the 25th of June, 1587, to his nuncio in Spain, that he must unmarry all those who were not possessed of testicles.
I hope my fellow citizens will oppose the proposed constitutional amendment that seeks to unmarry the neighbors.
Gay marriage has been legal in Massachusetts since May 2004, of course, so the citizen petition seeks to "unmarry the neighbors," as E.J. Graff puts it.
LARRY KING, HOST: Tonight, the TV bride everybody is talking about: Darva Conger, who is trying to unmarry her multi-millionaire.
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