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- n. a second or subsequent marriage
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A second or repeated marriage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Any marriage after the first; a repeated marriage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of marrying again
Christ EXPLICITLY forbids divorce except for adultery, and even that circumstance remarriage is illegal.
For single parents, remarriage is a second try at marital happiness as well as a chance for relief from the stress, loneliness, and economic hardship of raising a child alone.
Here remarriage is recommended as an antidote to sexual passion, idleness, and the other evils noted in 1Ti 5: 11-13.
But in remarriage, it’s the other way around: Happiness flows from the kids to parents … Unhappy children are, in fact, the biggest risk factor in whether a stepfamily makes it or not.
There has been some concern inside the Kerry camp about the fact that he is divorced and remarried and whether this could be a problem for some devout Catholics who do not believe in remarriage.
If we can accept that there are new truths that science brings us, or new discoveries in medicine, why is it when it comes to sexuality, there is no new truth...a number of those most upset...have enjoyed the mercy of the church in the case of their own divorce and remarriage, which is something Jesus commented on.
But, so far, only one student has accomplished remarriage, which is what would make the Home a real blessing amongst Hindus.
But the idea of remarriage seemed never to have entered her head for a moment.
The result of their remarriage was the birth of Moses.
Until I got engaged last year, I'd never used or even thought much about the word "remarriage," so it surprised me just how immediately and sincerely I was offended upon hearing it being applied to my life.