Definition of intermarriage
1 : endogamy
2 : marriage between members of different groups
Recent Examples of intermarriage from the Web
Some rabbis, like Matalon, don’t see any conflict between performing intermarriages and following Jewish law.
Israel’s exact population breakdown is hard to calculate because intermarriage is common.
Another highlight was Alexandra Lehson, a child of an intermarriage of a Jewish father and a non-Jewish mother, winning the Sandra C. Goldstein Young Leadership Award.
Forty-nine percent of Democrats and independents who lean toward Democrats say increasing of intermarriage is a good thing.
Because of the intermarriages that's occurred over the decades, there's an extremely high incidence of the disease up to 1,000 times the normal incidence of the disease.
There were also fine gradations of enslavement that allowed slaves to change their status through intermarriage and manumission.
I was surprised at the number of people polled still nervous about intermarriage.
At six percent, Birmingham-Hoover had a slightly higher newlywed intermarriage rate than a few other metro areas, but its relatively high racial diversity adds context to that number.
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Definition of intermarriage for Students
: marriage between members of different groups
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