What is another word for married?

Pronunciation: [mˈaɹɪd] (IPA)

The word "married" refers to a state of being legally united to another person as partners in a relationship. Synonyms for the word "married" include wedded, attached, betrothed, espoused, hitched, joined, united, and yoked. Each of these words describes the commitment and bond between two people who have pledged themselves to each other. They may also connote the legal and social implications of marriage, such as joint property ownership, family relationships, and expectations of fidelity. Whether referring to a long-term committed relationship or a legally recognized marriage, these synonyms for "married" capture the depth and significance of two people coming together in partnership.

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What are the opposite words for married?

Antonyms for the word "married" refer to words that have an opposite meaning. Some possible antonyms of "married" include: single, divorced, separated, never married, widowed, and bachelor/bachelorette. Each of these antonyms implies a different state of being when it comes to relationships or marital status. Single means not currently in a committed relationship or officially married. Divorced and separated refer to previously being married but no longer. Never married means never having been married before. Widowed indicates the loss of a spouse. Bachelor/bachelorette refers to an unmarried person who is not currently in a committed relationship. These terms provide a range of options for describing different relationship states.

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Usage examples for Married

Has she been married as long as that?
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
Of course she married again-the other man.
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
If I had gone away quietly, you and Peter Junior would have been married and have been happy-but-" "No, no.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine

Famous quotes with Married

  • We've both been married before and our previous experiences made us fearful of commitment.
    Willie Aames
  • I like getting married, but I don't like being married.
    Don Adams
  • I was married awfully young and I felt trapped. My wife had been divorced and all the time we were married we were out of the Church. It wasn't until we were divorced that we became good Catholics again.
    Don Adams
  • New Jersey is the first state in the country to agree to treat gay and unmarried couples the same as married couples.
    Michael Adams
  • I kind of had my life planned out for me. I'd be married at some point, have, you know, 1.5 children, and be a principal possibly one day. But I think that that was kind of my problem. I allowed myself to plan out my life and didn't let provident direction guide my life.
    Clay Aiken

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