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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
marry (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to join in according to law or custom - marriage
b) to give in marriage - married his daughter to his partner's son
c) to take as spouse - wed married the girl next door
d) to perform the ceremony of marriage for - a priest will marry them
e) to obtain by marriage - marry wealth
2.
intransitive verb
to unite in close and usually permanent relation
1.
to take a spouse - wed
2.
- combine unite seafood marries with other flavors
marry (interjection)
archaic - used for emphasis and especially to express amused or surprised agreement
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
marry (verb)
1.
to perform the ceremony of marriage for
SYNONIMS:
wed
RELATED WORDS:
match, mate; conjoin, connect, unite; affiance
marry (verb)
2.
to give in marriage
SYNONIMS:
espouse, match, wed
RELATED WORDS:
commit, engage; affiance, betroth, pledge, promise
marry (verb)
3.
to take as a spouse
SYNONIMS:
espouse, wed
RELATED WORDS:
affiance, betroth, commit, engage, pledge, promise, propose; remarry
NEAR ANTONYMS:
separate (from)
divorce
marry (verb)
4.
to take a spouse
SYNONIMS:
wed
RELATED WORDS:
couple, mate; pair off, remarry
tie the knot
NEAR ANTONYMS:
divorce, separate
marry (verb)
5.
to come together to form a single unit
SYNONIMS:
associate, coalesce, combine, conjoin, conjugate, connect, couple, fuse, interfuse, join, link (up), marry, unify
RELATED WORDS:
mate, yoke; ally, confederate, league; chain, compound, hitch, hook, splice; assemble, cluster, congregate, constellate, convene, gather, meet; recombine, reconnect, rejoin, reunify, reunite
NEAR ANTONYMS:
detach, disaffiliate, disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, fractionate, isolate, resolve, uncouple, unyoke; disband, disperse, scatter
break up, dissever, part, section, separate, sever, split, sunder, unlink
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