Wedlock

• (v. i.) The ceremony, or the state, of marriage; matrimony. • (v. i.) A wife; a married woman. • (v. t.) To marry; to unite in marriage; to wed.
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Wedlock

Wed'lock noun [ Anglo-Saxon wedlāc a pledge, be trothal; wedd a pledge + lāc a gift, an offering. See Wed , noun , and confer Lake , intransitive verb , Knowledge .] 1. The ceremony, or t...
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Wedlock

Wed'lock transitive verb To marry; to unite in marriage; to wed. [ R.] 'Man thus wedlocked .' Milton.
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wedlock

1. The ceremony, or the state, of marriage; matrimony. 'That blissful yoke . . . That men clepeth [call] spousal, or wedlock.' 'For what is wedlock forced but a hell, An age of discord or continual strife?' (Shak) ... 2. A wife; a married woman. ... Synonym: See Marriage. ... Origin: AS. Wedlac a pledge, be trothal; wedd a pledge + lac a gift, an o...
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