Examples of matrimonial in a Sentence
she plans to focus on matrimonial concerns after she's established in her career
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The Constitution, a secular document, permits free exercise of religious belief, which is why Jewish, Christian, and Muslim groups can regulate matrimonial issues and other matters among believers apart from civil law.
To calm any matrimonial nerves, the couple did an hour of yoga together in the late morning (fittingly so, as their first date had been a kundalini class), but the bride still cried straight through her vows.
My mother had, unbeknownst to me, created a profile for me on an Indian matrimonial website and had been communicating with parents of eligible South Asian men all over the world.
Her mother is a senior associate in the matrimonial practice at Sager Gellerman Eisner, a law firm in Forest Hills, Queens.
But fashion’s shortened attention span certainly hasn’t penetrated the realm of wedding dresses: Although there are matrimonial trends (along with ones to be avoided), weddings are fundamentally all about tradition.
Of all Rascal Flatts songs, this one has had the biggest life at weddings over the years, becoming a matrimonial classic.
The judge also rejected the firm’s claims that any conflict was negated because the matrimonial lawyers were leaving the law firm and taking Mr. Rose’s case with them.
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: of or relating to marriage
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