from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a bigamous manner; so as to commit, or be chargeable with, bigamy.


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  • MacGregor bigamously during a civil ceremony in Wick last year.

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  • Mrs Jackson her husband had bigamously "married" Scottish civil servant Sandra MacGregor.

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  • A former US soldier has been fined �000 for bigamously marrying

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  • Or did he mean he'd marry his mother bigamously if only she weren't his mama?

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: The 12th Coming

  • Jerry Lee Lewis bigamously married his thirteen-year-old cousin.


  • Bailed by a woman he then bigamously married, made pregnant, and deserted, Hatfield headed north, amassing debts as he went.

    American Connections

  • Pat Collins with a lust for the high life, and two other wives that he'd bigamously married at one time or another.

    Bottled Spider

  • When she did not return to Z----, I came to look for her and found that, Mrs. van Cannan having died, she had bigamously married the widower and come to live at Blue Aloes.

    Blue Aloes Stories of South Africa

  • Budgingham, as transpired at the trial, had bigamously married the step-daughter of a man whose godfather's mother's cousin's great-grandmother remembered hearing the bells of Bow Church tolling on the day when Henri de Bouverie landed in England to attend the funeral of his niece, the beautiful Mrs. Coop.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, March 25, 1914

  • The next task, that of tracing the man who had bigamously married Tessa, proved less difficult and complicated than she had feared.

    When Last I Died


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