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mar·riage

gamophobia.

marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
References in classic literature ?
Fortune I do not want; employment I do not want; consequence I do not want: I believe few married women are half as much mistress of their husband's house as I am of Hartfield; and never, never could I expect to be so truly beloved and important; so always first and always right in any man's eyes as I am in my father's.
Yes," said he, "they were married last week, and are now at Dawlish.
Surely they can spare a little of it, just one day's sight of it, to a less happy world,--a world long since married and done for, and with little happiness in it save the spectacle of other people's happiness.
A woman could not be married in a widow's cap, James.
He's always been crazy about you -- and now father has given him the upper farm in his own name and there's nothing to prevent him from getting married.
There was a woman that killed herself, but I didn't know she wanted me that bad or else I'd have married her--not for love, but to keep her from killing herself.
It was doubtful whether she had ever been married to the Count whose widow she assumed to be.
But of this I am certain: married or single, George Germaine will give you and your wife a hearty welcome to England, for my sake.
A MAN had two daughters, the one married to a gardener, and the other to a tile-maker.
Your son has married me under the name of Woodville.
They agreed to be married that winter, but Georgina couldn't set the day exactly because her brother, who lived in Ontario, was coming home for a visit, and she wanted to be married while he was home.
Harmon Andrews told me when I came home that I wouldn't likely find married life as much better than teaching as I expected.