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  • v. To become married, to espouse.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. take in marriage


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  • “Your mother and I can get married and have your name legally changed to mine.”

    The Second Time

  • I also thought that since powerful criminals like Cliché have eyes and ears everywhere, it would be smartest for us to drive across the border into Italy, where Victor and I could get married in total secrecy.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • American Greetings and its rival card maker, privately held Hallmark Cards, argue that card buying doesn't typically accelerate until consumers get married or start a household.

    Making Cards Cool Again

  • Father 'actually means something, not just the acquiring of respnsibilties. nothesame wrote: if the argument goes any two people who love each other should have a right to get married or Love Makes A Family, why stop at the magic number of 2? what's special about that.

    Gay/Lesbian Forum

  • Otto Heilig and I are going to get married and open a delicatessen.

    The Fortune Hunter

  • As with all miscommunication, the answer in deciding whether to get married lies in battling through those gender-loaded conversations and working out what the real emotions behind the words are.

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • Lew Sing reflected: to get married "alle samee white man" might make Li Choi secure, but it might also make it difficult if he should ever wish to get rid of her.

    The Conversion of Ah Lew Sing

  • Shell be queen of the spring dance for sure, shell be voted Miss Community Service, shell get married in her daddys church as soon as possible to whoever in town has the most money, and shell be head of the Wheaton Ladies Society before you know it.

    What Would Emma Do?

  • Yet she gave it all up to get married at the spinsterish age of twenty because she already thought herself over the hill.

    Life As We Know It

  • Now therefore, with the Heathorns coming to England, his plans and theirs exactly fitted, and he proposed to get married as soon as they came over, early in the following summer.

    The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley


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