from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not divorced; not separated.


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  • Another thought on the 'undivorced' - it's sort of an attractive subversive category within the larger institution of marriage.

    CHE > Latest news

  • The only thing I might add is in regards to possible ramification if you choose the "undivorced" route.

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  • What we have done instead is joined the ranks of the not-quite-married, or the great "undivorced", as such people are increasingly referred to. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • At the same time Peter Grimm, whom she married when she believed Diesert was dead and whom she left last May when she met her undivorced husband on the street, was granted an annulment.

    A Matrimonial Muddle

  • Better that she remain unmarried, undivorced, untethered by liens and judgments, unknown to the present.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • I grew up with 2 undivorced parents who had no interest in me whatsoever.

    Where Credit is Due

  • It was only this cursed undivorced condition of his, and — and the question whether Annette would take him, which he dared not put to the touch until he had a clear and even dazzling future to offer her.

    In Chancery

  • The subject on which alone he wanted to talk — his own undivorced position — was unspeakable.

    In Chancery

  • On the other side of the coin, some of the worst people I ever met have had what seemed like ideal childhoods loving, undivorced parents, plenty of money, a good education.


  • If Franz Ferdinand was to marry Sophie Chotek at all, he must do it morganatically, and must renounce all rights of succession for the unborn children of their marriage; he could no more marry heher any otr way than a man with a living and undivorced wife can marry a second woman, though the infringement here was of an unpublished dynastic regulation instead of the published law.

    Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: Part IV


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