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matrimony

noun alliance, cohabitation, conjugality, connubiality, consortium, espousal, espousement, joining, marriage, marriage tie, married life, married state, married status, match, mating, matrimonium, nuptial bond, nuptial state, nuptial tie, partnership, sacrament of marriage, spousal, union, wedded state, wedlock
Associated concepts: matrimonial action, matrimonial cooabitation, matrimonial domicile, matrimonial res
See also: cohabitation, coverture, marriage

MATRIMONY. See Marriage.

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How else to explain the choice of Enid Graham as the matrimonially inclined maid Dora?
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Pretty Christine (Erica Shaffer) proves to be the One, and as things grow matrimonially serious, they test Rachel's limits for trusting and committing to someone else.
This Playwrights Horizons premiere is enlivened by the top-drawer comic abilities of Dana Ivey and Roger Rees, as the landlady of a vaguely genteel boardinghouse and the tenant with whom she becomes matrimonially entangled, but the play never adds up to much more than a stylistic conceit.
But they swoon in secret, since he's gentile -- off-limits matrimonially, and deemed inappropriate even for one-on-one conversation.