Definitions

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  • adjective Not wedded.

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

  • adjective of someone who has not been married

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And all the women, especially the young and unwedded, screamed evil names at me; and the elders shook their wise heads and muttered and mumbled that not their fathers nor their fathers 'fathers had betrayed such a madness.

    Chapter 21

  • He remained in therapy to the end of his life -- including while he was having an affair and eventually producing a child with a new woman while still living in unwedded bliss with his longtime girlfriend.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: And Everything Is Going Fine

  • Despite the flood of commentary this anniversary invites, the number means little because the world moves according to its own dynamic, unwedded to any calendar.

    Madeleine Albright: One Hundred Days

  • Despite the flood of commentary this anniversary invites, the number means little because the world moves according to its own dynamic, unwedded to any ...

    Madeleine Albright: One Hundred Days

  • Despite the flood of commentary this anniversary invites, the number means little because the world moves according to its own dynamic, unwedded to any ...

    Madeleine Albright: One Hundred Days

  • My mother too is dead, and I am called her murderess, unjustly it is true, but still that injustice is mine to bear; and she that was the glory of my house, my darling child, is growing old and grey, unwedded still; and those twin brethren, called the sons of Zeus, are now no more.

    Helen

  • For thou sharest the power of Cypris, and by thy love-cares dost charm unwedded maidens; wherefore to thee too is attached a name that tells of love.

    The Argonautica

  • Near her were seated four virgins, unwedded, crowned with white hair.

    The Argonautica

  • My mother too is dead, and I am called her murderess, unjustly it is true, but still that injustice is mine to bear; and she that was the glory of my house, my darling child, is growing old and grey, unwedded still; and those twin brethren, called the sons of Zeus, are now no more.

    Helen

  • Get thee to Argos, and take care of thy unwedded daughters.

    Iphigenia at Aulis

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