Marry

  • (verb): Perform a marriage ceremony.
    Synonyms: wed, tie, splice
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on marry:

Allerleirauh - Adaptations
... Rather than the king desiring to marry her, the marriage is enforced by the court as a law decrees the king must marry whoever's finger fits the late queen's ring, and since Sapsorrow put the ring on, she ...
Who Wants To Marry A Multi-Millionaire?
... Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? is a Fox network reality show in which multi-millionaire Rick Rockwell asked Darva Conger to marry him ...
Dhol (2007 Film) - Plot
... They believe that the only way to get rich without working hard is to marry a wealthy girl ... All four set out with their individual plans to marry her but end up discovering a shocking truth ... friends set out in their individual plans to marry Ritu but end up discovering a spine-chilling truth ...
The Student Prince (film) - Plot
... most of his life for the military, but when it comes time for him to marry, the princess picked for him can't stand his stiff formality ... his old grandfather passes on unexpectedly, the young Prince must turn his back on the girl and marry the princess, while taking his place in the small Kingdom that he's ... parallel subplot of the Princess being in love with Count Tarnitz, whom she cannot marry, was completely omitted from the film ...
Don't Marry Her
... "Don't Marry Her" is a song by The Beautiful South and the opening track on their album Blue is the Colour ... run away with her from the woman he is going to marry, and attempts to sway him by describing what she thinks married life with the other woman will be like, painting a very uninviting picture ... to the Throne" "Rotterdam (or Anywhere)" " Don't Marry Her " "Blackbird on the Wire" "Liars' Bar" "Perfect 10" "Dumb" "How Long's a Tear Take to Dry?" "The Table" "Closer ...

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Famous quotes containing the word marry:

    Lady Sondes’ match surprises, but does not offend me; had her
    first marriage been of affection, or had their been a grown-up
    daughter, I should not have forgiven her; but I consider
    everybody as having a right to marry once in their lives for
    love, if they can.
    Jane Austen (1775–1817)

    Porter: O.K., O.K., you win. I’ll marry you. How ‘bout it?
    Lora May: Thanks. For nuthin’.
    Porter: Now what kind of an answer is that?
    Lora May: I don’t know. I just felt like it, that’s all.
    Porter: We’ll do all right, kid. We’re startin’ out where it takes most marriages years to get.
    Joseph L. Mankiewicz (1909–1993)

    It always seems to the brothers and the father that their brother or son didn’t marry the right person.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)