Examples of unmarried in a Sentence
an unmarried couple who are living together
a girl who swore she'd remain unmarried for her whole life
Recent Examples of unmarried from the Web
Fewer than one in 10 mothers with a bachelor’s degree are unmarried at the time of their child’s birth, compared to six out of 10 mothers with a high-school degree.
But this approach isn’t available to all: many Americans are unmarried; lack spouses who can, or will, cut back on work and take over the cooking; or simply can’t handle constant overwork, stress, and fatigue.
Unmarried young women, discouraged from venturing out sans chaperone, were seen cruising solo across the countryside.
Giselle dies of grief and is enlisted by the vengeful Wilis, a ghostly army of unmarried maidens who haunt the forests, dancing to death any male mortal who crosses their path.
In canvassing opinion among unmarried women seeking a partner, ¥7m a year seems a common floor among the better educated.
In 2016, only 57% of eligible unmarried women voted, which is the kind of participation gap that should get everyone’s attention.
Among Latinas, 52.5% of births involved unmarried women.
The reality, though, is that most young, unmarried Christians have had sex, setting up many religious women to enter into marriage burdened by feelings of guilt or worse.
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