matrimony

  1. state of being husband and wife
  2. the ceremony or sacrament of marriage

Matrimony

• (n.) A kind of game at cards played by several persons. • (n.) The union of man and woman as husband and wife; the nuptial state; marriage; wedlock.
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matrimony

1. The union of man and woman as husband and wife; the nuptial state; marriage; wedlock. 'If either of you know any impediment, why ye may not be lawfully joined together in matrimony, ye do now confessit.' (Book of Com. Prayer (Eng. Ed)) ... 2. A kind of game at cards played by several persons. ... <botany> Matrimony vine, a climbing thorny ...
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matrimony

noun the ceremony or sacrament of marriage
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Matrimony

[card game] Matrimony is a multi-player card game. ==Equipment== Matrimony is played with a full whist card deck on a table divided into three compartments labeled `Matrimony,` `Intrigue` and `Confederacy`” and two smaller spaces, `Pair` and `Best.` These names indicate combinations of two cards, any king and queen being `Matrimony,` any ...
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Matrimony

[solitaire] Matrimony is a solitaire card game: which uses two decks of 52 playing cards each. It is a difficult game which depends mostly on luck and is sometimes mechanical. It is also one of the many games where there are no clear rules but with two versions. The one described below is laid out by Peter Arnold in his book Card Games for ...
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Matrimony

Mat'ri·mo·ny noun [ Middle English matrimoine , through Old French, from Latin matrimonium , from mater mother. See Mother .] 1. The union of man and woman as husband and wife; the nuptial state; marriage; wedlock. « If either of you know any impediment, why...
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matrimony

matrimony 1. The state or condition of being married. 2. From Anglo-Norman matrimonie from Latin matrimonium, literally 'state of motherhood' because of the association of marriage with parenthood.
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matrimony

state of being a married couple voluntarily joined for life
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Matrimony

The Roman, Orthodox and Old Catholic churches consider matrimony a sacrament and refer to it as the Sacrament of Matrimony. This is a marriage contract between baptized persons.
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Matrimony

The sacrament of Matrimony celebrates the love that a man and woman have for each other.
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matrimony

[n] - the ceremony or sacrament of marriage
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