Marry in a sentence

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Definition of Marry

  • To unite in wedlock or matrimony; to perform the ceremony of joining, as a man and a woman, for life; to constitute (a man and a woman) husband and wife according to the laws or customs of the place.
  • To join according to law, (a man) to a woman as his wife, or (a woman) to a man as her husband. See the Note to def. 4.
  • To dispose of in wedlock; to give away as wife.
  • To take for husband or wife. See the Note below.
  • Figuratively, to unite in the closest and most endearing relation.
  • To enter into the conjugal or connubial state; to take a husband or a wife.
  • take in marriage
  • perform a marriage ceremony

How to use marry in a sentence. Marry pronunciation.

He followed to London the lass kissed by thee, and besought her to return and marry him.
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In the Play called, 'Marry or do Worse, 1704'.
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People ought never to marry unless they can keep a lot of servants.
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No," I said, "I can't marry Mr. Cobb.
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All along, Louise had wished to marry Mr. Bowling.
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When Mr. Higgins knows I'm going to marry Mr. Bowling he won't have me in the house, even if I wanted to go back.
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Marry me as soon as I can make the arrangements, and I'll pay all you owe, and see that you are in comfortable lodgings until I've time to get a house.
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I was free to marry anyone I liked, wasn't I?
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I shall go home at first my stepfather has written a kind letter, and of course he's glad to know I shall marry Mr. Cobb.
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He will think, think, then talk, then he will go and make a declaration of love, and after that he thinks, and thinks again, till he marries. . . .
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His mother despised writers, especially those who wrote in Russian; she insisted that Ivan should make an advantageous marriage, and "have a career"; but the boy was determined never to marry, and he had not the slightest ambition for government favours.
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The scheming mother, who attempts to marry her beautiful daughter to a Prince rotten with diseases, is a stock figure on the stage and in novels.
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A devout, humble Christian missionary became acquainted with her soon after her arrival, and, being struck with the beauty of holiness in every action and conversation of her life, asked her to marry him, that he might have the constant satisfaction of rendering her life comfortable, and finding his own encouragement in her unfailing faith.
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On New Year's day the minister was called to marry a couple, and gave the fee, five dollars, to his wife saying, "I want you to get yourself a dress with this.
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Some spoke of a Russian princess, while others said the Emperor would marry none but a French woman; but no one thought of an Austrian archduchess.
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Just then one of his Majesty's intimate friends entered who was unmarried, to whom his Majesty, pulling his ears, said, "My dear fellow, marry a German.
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Who said I was going to marry him?
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He'll make a fool of himself when he marries; I've told him so, and he as good as said I was right.
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You'll have heard the talk of men who have been fools enough to marry choice specimens.
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I hoped Nancy would marry a plain countryman, like the men I used to know when I was a boy; a farmer, or something of that kind.
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Examples of Marry

Example #1
What think thee has happened?
Example #2
Thee remembers the man Kimber smitten by thee at the public-house on that day?
Example #3
Rot the World. Pag. 6.
Example #4
Where Love's blind, God sends forth continual Arrows.
Example #5
Not long ago I was rather fond of somebody, but I wouldn't have him because he had no money.
Example #6
The call lasted only for ten minutes, and Emmeline felt that her companion was disappointed.