Examples of intermarry in a Sentence
The settlers and the native people seldom intermarried.
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But socially, the groups are mingling more—and increasingly intermarrying.
Many millions of Ukrainians and Russians have intermarried over the years.
Minoans and Mycenaean Greeks would surely have spoken each other’s languages, may have intermarried and likely adopted and refashioned one another’s customs.
Central African Republic’s Muslims and Christians had lived in peace for generations, even intermarrying.
Thousands of citizens across the GCC are intermarried.
Pew researchers note that 50 years ago, only 3 percent of the people in the country were intermarried — that is, had spouses of a different race or ethnicity.
When the Supreme Court decided the Lovings' case, only 3 percent of newlyweds were intermarried.
Among the study's other findings: •Black men are twice as likely to intermarry as black women, while Asian women are much more likely to do so than Asian men.
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