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Adjective: married  mer-eed [N. Amer], ma-reed [Brit]
  1. Joined in matrimony
    "a married man"; "a married couple"
  2. Of or relating to the state of marriage
    "married bliss";
    - marital, matrimonial
Noun: married  mer-eed [N. Amer], ma-reed [Brit]
  1. A person who is married
    "we invited several young marrieds"
Verb: marry  mer-ee [N. Amer], ma-ree [Brit]
  1. Take in marriage; married
    - get married, wed, conjoin [formal], hook up with [informal], get hitched with [informal], espouse [archaic], tie the knot [informal], get hitched [informal], hitch up [informal]
  2. Perform a marriage ceremony
    "The minister married us on Saturday";
    - wed, tie, splice
  3. Be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
    - match, fit, correspond, check, jibe, gibe, tally, agree, marry up

Derived forms: marrieds

See also: joined, mated, ringed, united, wed, wedded

Type of: be, equal, individual, mortal, officiate, person, somebody, someone, soul, unify, unite

Antonym: unmarried

Encyclopedia: Married, with Children

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