Married-the in a sentence

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How to use married-the in a sentence. Married-the pronunciation.

Then we took east, the girl and I, to the hills and forests, and we lived one with the other, and we were not married,-the work of the good church which I love like a son.
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She answers gently, proudly, eloquently: 'She is married-the people of England is her husband.
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Kilian is married-the very day you landed, too.
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No: for my beloved sister is married-the family net has landed Mr. Batterbury at last.
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So, in the little hut, before an improvised altar, they were married-the camel-driver and the daughter of the Chief of Ouled Nail.
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Examples of Married-the

Example #1
She found a clever little circle there, and sometimes a cultured one; underpaid, disgruntled, but brilliant professors from the college, a journalist or two, a city councilman, even prosperous merchants, and now and then strange bearded foreigners who were passing through the city and who talked brilliantly of the vision of Lenine and the future of Russia.
Example #2
And in the cave lie yet fifty and four bars of gold and others of silver, with store of rix-dollars, doubloons, moidores and pieces of eight-gold coins of all countries.
Example #3
Her people ask her to marry.
Example #4
Each mine only blows up its diggers; and there are many dry eyes at their ruin.
Example #5
I did not think Kilian was going to be so foolish.
Example #6
He is a nice boy: I think there's more in him than Charley.