• (adj): Not married or related to the unmarried state.
    Example: "Unmarried men and women"; "unmarried life"
    Synonyms: single

Some articles on unmarried:

Miss?of? - Other Uses
... upper class households in some English-speaking countries by servants to address or refer to the unmarried ladies of the household, and occasionally in family-run businesses in the same manner, though more commonly it ... as in when making introductions, the styling would have been extended to unmarried cousins with the same surname ... in most pageants it is a requirement that contestants be unmarried), such as Miss America, Miss World, and Miss Universe ...
Countess Emilia Of Nassau - Children
... Oktober 1670), unmarried, Christopher William Louis (1604–7 July 1660) a military person, commander of the guards of Maurice of Nassau in 1624. 1607–22 July 1680), unmarried, Eleonora Mauritia (born before 10 May 1609 died 25 June 1674), married in Count George Frederick of Nassau-Siegen on 4 June 1647 in The Hague, Sabina Delphica (1612–20 ...
Consorts Of Ganesha - Unmarried
... According to one tradition, Ganesha was a brahmacārin, that is, unmarried ... This pattern is primarily popular in southern India ...
Eisenstadt V. Baird
... United States Supreme Court case that established the right of unmarried people to possess contraception on the same basis as married couples and, by implication, the right of ... law prohibiting the distribution of contraceptives to unmarried people, ruling that it violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution ...
The Voter Participation Center - Activities - Research
... They concluded that if unmarried women had voted at the same rates as married women in the 2000 election, the numbers would have been enough to have ... the growth, socio-economic characteristics and voting behavior of unmarried women and other traditionally under-represented groups ... training in non-traditional professions on the economic security of unmarried women ...

Famous quotes containing the word unmarried:

    When men and women across the country reported how happy they felt, researchers found that jugglers were happier than others. By and large, the more roles, the greater the happiness. Parents were happier than nonparents, and workers were happier than nonworkers. Married people were much happier than unmarried people. Married people were generally at the top of the emotional totem pole.
    Faye J. Crosby (20th century)

    Many a woman shudders ... at the terrible eclipse of those intellectual powers which in early life seemed prophetic of usefulness and happiness, hence the army of martyrs among our married and unmarried women who, not having cultivated a taste for science, art or literature, form a corps of nervous patients who make fortunes for agreeable physicians ...
    Sarah M. Grimke (1792–1873)

    After the planes unloaded, we fell down
    Buried together, unmarried men and women;
    Robert Lowell (1917–1977)