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mar·riage

gamophobia.

marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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His consenting to marry her is a proof, I will believe, that he is come to a right way of thinking.
By George, if I marry her I'll make her pay for all the suffering I've endured," he said to himself.
I say, did you mean it the other day that you wouldn't marry me if I asked you?
Her color vanished, and he continued, "I want you to marry him.
I do not understand why you should be so anxious for me to marry someone else?
I, Ma'am, ask a member of this family to marry a drawing-master's daughter?
Certainly not," said Anne, who had no desire whatever to publish abroad the fact that Billy Andrews wanted to marry her, preferring her, when all was said and done, to Nettie Blewett.
In his present mood instances came but too quickly, and on top of them this culminating proof of his baseness--that he had asked her to marry him when his reasons for such a proposal were selfish and half-hearted.
When you asked me to marry you, I don't think you meant it.
But you know, Dodo, if you ever did marry, it would be all the better to have blood and beauty," said Celia, reflecting that Mr.
You didn't much imagine then that you would ever marry him.
I may marry her without anything serious coming of it.