Examples of wedlock in a Sentence
joined the happy couple in holy wedlock
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But unwed mothers and babies born out of wedlock face stigma in the socially conservative country.
Even those from red families were more likely than my acquaintances in New York to know someone who has had a child out of wedlock or is subject to a restraining order.
In Rajasthan, a vast and socially conservative desert state, the national survey said that 35.4 percent of women had been forced into wedlock as girls.
In Rajasthan, a vast and socially conservative desert state, the national survey said that 35.4% of women had been forced into wedlock as girls.
Nationwide, 40% of American children are born out of wedlock — or 1.5 million births, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
Gold-Bikin, the past chairwoman of the American Bar Association’s Section of Family Law, said the courts have not been sympathetic to women who have children out of wedlock with celebrities and seek large child support payments.
Elle Fanning plays the author and Douglas Booth her out-of-wedlock lover and eventual husband, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.
The Story: Dino Sajudin, a former doorman of a Trump building, offered the National Enquirer a tip: back in the ‘80s, Trump may have fathered a child out of wedlock with a former employee.
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Definition of wedlock for English Language Learners
: the state of being married
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