He married his college sweetheart.
I asked her to marry me.
“Will you marry me?” “Yes, I will.”
They married for love, not money.
The minister has married more than 100 couples.
They hope to have a priest marry them.
They were married by a justice of the peace. See More
Recent Examples on the Web
Billy Crystal and his wife, Janice, have been married for more than 50 years
Billy Crystal and his wife, Janice Crystal, have been married for more than five decades.—Kaitlin Stevens, Peoplemag, 26 Nov. 2023 The pair rekindled their romance in 2022 and married soon after.—Mitchell Peters, Billboard, 26 Nov. 2023 The enduring connection between Gossip Girl and The O.C. lies in the union of its two stars: Leighton Meester (Blair Waldorf) and Adam Brody (Seth Cohen), who got married in 2014 and have two children together.—Marlow Stern, Rolling Stone, 25 Nov. 2023 She got married and took her husband’s name, Feeney.—Susan Svrluga, Washington Post, 25 Nov. 2023 The couple were married Nov. 12, 2023 at the Venetian in Garfield, N.J.—Vivian Ewing, New York Times, 24 Nov. 2023 History teaches us that H.G. Wells married his second wife, Amy Catherine Robbins, in 1895.—Jennifer Ouellette and Sean M. Carroll, Ars Technica, 24 Nov. 2023 What’s more local authorities believe the promise of chameleon-like locations married with stability (and high quality of life) will make for a compelling argument to draw productions.—Ben Croll, Variety, 23 Nov. 2023 Powell, a Florida native, eventually moved to Australia to be with Irwin and asked her to marry him in 2019.—Charna Flam, Peoplemag, 14 Nov. 2023 See More
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Middle English marien, from Anglo-French marier, from Latin maritare, from maritus married