union, marriage, disparage, matrimony


*: Nonius the senator hath a purple coat as stiff with jewels as his mind is full of vices; rings on his fingers worth 20,000 sesterces, and...an union in his ear worth an hundred pounds weight of gold […].

: You should enter marriage for love.

*: By his marriage to his two wives, Tapuwae quietly strengthened all of the pas of the Wairoa district, as many of them came under his control through these unions.

*: One layman in Buddhas time decided to embrace celibacy and relinquished his marriage vows to his four wives. When he asked them what they wanted in terms of a settlement, one said, ...

*: The account of the loss of the blessing of his father Isaac appears immediately after Esaus marriage to his Hittite wives.

*: In an [[open marriage|open marriage]], the partners are free to have extramarital relationships or sex without betraying one another. Such a marriage is based on communication, trust, and respect, ...

*: "I have a patient right now whose marriage proved to be a tragedy. She wanted love, sexual gratification, children, and social prestige; but life blasted all her hopes. Her husband didnt love her. He refused even to eat with her, and forced her to serve his meals in his room upstairs. She had no children, no social standing. She went insane; and, in her imagination, she divorced her husband and resumed her maiden name. She now believes she has married into the English aristocracy, and she insists on being called Lady Smith.

: My grandparents marriage lasted for forty years.

: Pat and Leslies marriage to each other lasted forty years.

: You are cordially invited to the marriage of James Smith and Jane Doe.

*: And this marriage of poetry and history remained a solid relationship throughout the classical period.

*: Above all, we will no longer have to feel qualms about the marriage of art and money. We will no longer have to wonder if it is possible to separate the esthetic value of an art work from its commercial value.

*: But the food is real: a marriage of local ingredients and serious technique.

*: But, for his meane degree might not aspire / To match so high, her friends with counsell sage / Dissuaded her from such a disparage […].

*: those forbidding appearances which sometimes disparage the actions of men sincerely pious

*: Thou durst not thus disparage glorious arms.

*: If either of you know any impediment, why ye may not be lawfully joined together in matrimony, ye do now confess it.

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