Examples of intermarry in a Sentence
The settlers and the native people seldom intermarried.
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Coincidentally or not, that was the moment when American Jews began to intermarry in great numbers, and the feeling of a very separate identity of American Jews was totally transformed.
The prevalent view has thus been that invading Anatolian farmers intermarried with Europe’s original hunter-gatherers, and their genes became diluted with hunter-gatherers’ genes as the farmers spread northwest.
Spanish colonists reportedly married Taino wives, and other records say that Taino and escaped African slaves also intermarried and formed communities.
Burger said further research is needed to see whether the women intermarried with the local population.
That’s not entirely surprising; Spanish colonists reportedly married Taino wives, and other records say that Taino and escaped African slaves also intermarried and formed communities.
This suggests that the Thompson and Tillman families intermarried.
Sandford, Roland, Laban, Dodson and John—as brothers who intermarried with Native American women.
People once at violent odds with each other now tend the same fields, send their children to the same schools, sell goods to each other in the marketplace, and often intermarry.
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INTERMARRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intermarry for English Language Learners
: to marry a member of a different racial, social, or religious group
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