married, past participle; married, past tense; marrying, present participle; marries, 3rd person singular present;
Expressing surprise, indignation, or emphatic assertion
Join in marriage
I was married in church
the priest who married us
he was engaged to get married to Ginger
Take (someone) as one's wife or husband in marriage
Eric asked me to marry him
Enter into marriage
they had no plans to marry
Become a member of (a family) by marriage
(of a parent or guardian) Give (a son or daughter) in marriage, esp. for reasons of expediency
her parents married her to a wealthy landowner
Cause to meet or fit together; combine
the two halves are trimmed and married up
the show marries poetry with art
Meet or blend with something
most Chardonnays don't marry well with salmon
Splice (ropes) end to end without increasing their girth
take in marriage
perform a marriage ceremony; "The minister married us on Saturday"; "We were wed the following week"; "The couple got spliced on Hawaii"
(married) a person who is married; "we invited several young marrieds"
(married) marital: of or relating to the state of marriage; "marital status"; "marital fidelity"; "married bliss"
Marriage is a social union or legal contract between people that creates kinship. It is an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually intimate and sexual, are acknowledged in a variety of ways, depending on the culture or subculture in which it is found. ...
(Married (radio series)) Married is a BBC radio comedy with science fiction themes, first aired on BBC Radio 4. ...
(Married (Strindberg)) Getting Married (Giftas) is a collection of short stories by the Swedish writer August Strindberg. ...
To enter into the conjugal or connubial state; to take a husband or a wife. [from 14th c.]; To be joined to (someone) as spouse according to law or custom. [from 14th c.]; To dispose of in wedlock; to give away as wife or husband. [from 14th c.]; To take for husband or wife. [from 15th c. ...
A married person; In a state of marriage; having a wife or a husband; Showing commitment or devotion normally reserved for a spouse: married to one's work
(MARRYING) Blending of the oils and flavors of a cigar. This occurs within a cigar as the oils in the filler, binder and wrapper tobaccos mix and blend as they are allowed to age in a humidor for a period of time. ...
(MARRYING) is a trade term referring to the blending of whiskies or other spirits or flavoring agents. The marrying period can be hastened by constantly stirring the blend In the case of whiskies the marrying period may take many months while the blend rest quietly in barrels or tanks. ...
(Marrying) Same as aging. Refer to aging.
(Marrying) Several whiskies of similar ages are vatted together after the initial maturation and allowed to mature for a few more months.
(Marrying) Term given to the process of mixing whiskeys from more than one distillery in order to form a blend or vatting.
(Marrying) The blending of two or more wines in a cask to yield a wine with better characteristics.
(Marrying) The process that occurs when naked cigars age in a closed container for some time. The aromatics permeate all the cigars, which share in the melding of individual bouquets.
(marrying) nip or shoe - The part of the laminating process where the layers to be bonded are pressed together to make the adhesive form a better bond. The best way to do this is to apply pressure only at the glue-bond points, and avoid crushing any other part of the product. ...
(Married) The term used for an item that has been made up from two or more pieces of furniture, usually of the same period.
(MARRIED) This is a concept that refers to the joining of card and receiver by Dish Network when subscribing. When you subscribe to DISH NETWORK, they send down info to your receiver that writes the receivers secret boxkeys to the card you are using. ...
(MARRIED) Two related items brought together, though not initially sold as a unit, for the purpose of making the set complete as published (i.e.: a book and dust jacket, or two volumes in a set).
(MARRIED) When the parts of a book or set are supplied from different copies of a book to form a whole, such as the dust jacket from one copy is “married” with a copy of the same book without a jacket, or Volume One is “married” to Volume Two, purchased separately, to form a complete set.
(Married) A term in the antiques trade to describe when furniture is composed of parts that were not originally made together.
(Married) If, as of the last day of the tax year, any of the following four situations apply to you, you are considered married.
(Married) Includes women who are legally married and those who are separated but not legally divorced. In the case of live births and fetal deaths, the term also includes mothers who have been legally divorced 280 or fewer days.
(Married) Jewelry that is made up of 2 or more items, joined together, to create an entirely new piece.