a person who is married
"we invited several young marrieds"
joined in matrimony
"a married man"; "a married couple"
marital, matrimonial, marriedadjective
of or relating to the state of marriage
"marital status"; "marital fidelity"; "married bliss"
Wedded to each other; as, a married couple; John and Joan are no longer married; -- of two people.
A married person.
Etymology: marry + -ed
In a state of marriage; having a wife or a husband.
Etymology: marry + -ed
Showing commitment or devotion normally reserved for a spouse: married to one's work.
Etymology: marry + -ed
Married is a BBC radio comedy with science fiction themes, first aired on BBC Radio 4. The main character is Robin Lightfoot, a confirmed bachelor with a successful architectural practice, who wakes up one day in a parallel universe in which he is married with two children. Unfortunately his counterpart in the parallel universe, who has evidently been swapped into our universe, is a cad, a womanizer, a swindler and possibly a murderer. Only the younger of the two children, Ned, believes Robin's story, largely because he reads about parallel universes in comic books. Apart from his previously unknown wife Leslie, and the children Maxine and Ned, Robin finds the new universe populated by people he already knows, but who are different. His former business partner Dirk is still his partner in this universe, but the business is writing greeting card messages, and Dirk, who is married in our universe, is an unmarried sexual addict in the alternate one. The ruling monarch is a King John, son of King Richard who dies during the first series. Richard was apparently the son of Edward VIII who got cold feet at the last minute when about to abdicate. King John, however, is openly gay so the prospects for an immediate heir are not good. While as Prince John he was known as an adventurer, setting records for ballooning, soon after his coronation he abandons the Royal spouse in favour of his gay lover, who was also his partner in his adventures.
Together and united in marriage.
They were married on the day they chose and spent a beautiful, peaceful, calm, loving, fun and united day with family, friends and colleagues..Submitted by MaryC on March 22, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'married' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2032
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Rank popularity for the word 'married' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1434
Rank popularity for the word 'married' in Adjectives Frequency: #252
The numerical value of married in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of married in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
She is not even a member of this diocese. She came here after getting married, jolly was not a frequent visitor here, nor did she have anything to do with the activities of Lourdes Matha Church.
National polling shows that most people in this country feel that same-sex couples should be able to get married and are fine with it.
Love is so much better when you are not married.
Someone asked me, ‘What’s your favorite thing about being married?’ and I said, ‘I just learned so much about myself. I didn’t know these things. I would have never known them if I didn’t have my husband to help me,’.
I just returned from Colombia doing work for the foundation, helping orphans [to] get job training and learning English, but if I go on a red carpet a reporter won’t ask about that, they want to know what I wore on my trip, if I’m still married and what did I do to lose my baby weight.
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- متأهل, متزوجArabic
- ажэ́нены, за́мужам, заму́жняя, жана́тыBelarusian
- омъ̀жена, оже́нен, же́ненBulgarian
- ženatý, vdanáCzech
- عروسیکرده, متأهل, شوهردارPersian
- vihitty, nainutFinnish
- épousé, mariéFrench
- pòsta, pòsdaScottish Gaelic
- शादी-शुदा, शादीशुदाHindi
- coniugato, sposatoItalian
- გაუთხოვარი, გათხოვილი, გასათხოვარიGeorgian
- nūptus, uxōrātusLatin
- о́женет, же́нет, омажена, ма́женаMacedonian
- zamężna, żonatyPolish
- заму́жняя, жена́тый, за́мужемRussian
- ожењен, udata, удата, oženjenSerbo-Croatian
- vydatá, ženatýSlovak
- одру́жений, жона́тий, замі́жняUkrainian
- شادی شدہUrdu
- có chồng, đã lấy vợ, kết hôn, có vợ, cưới, thành lập gia đìnhVietnamese
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