Some articles on married:
... He married Angelina Beloff in 1911, and she gave birth to a son, Diego (1916–1918) ... Vorobieff-Stebelska gave birth to a daughter named Marika in 1918 or 1919 when Rivera was married to Angelina (according to House on the Bridge Ten Turbulent Years with Diego Rivera and Angelina's memoirs ... He married his second wife, Guadalupe Marín, in June 1922, with whom he had two daughters Ruth and Guadalupe ...
... Born in Kowal, Casimir the Great first married Anna, or Aldona Ona, the daughter of the Prince Gediminas of Lithuania. 1357), who was married to Louis VI the Roman, the son of Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor, and Elisabeth, who was married to Duke Bogislaus V of Pomerania ... Aldona died in 1339 and Kazimierz then married Adelaide of Hesse ...
... career was advancing in the 1920s, her husband, George Langford, died soon after she married him in 1922, and her father died the same year ... She married Howard Hickman in 1938 but divorced him later the same year ... In 1941, she married James Lloyd Crawford, real estate salesman ...
... year, John Hurt first performed on the London stage and married actress Annette Robertson ... The couple had planned to get married after fifteen years, when events took a tragic turn on 26 January 1983 Hurt and Volpeliere-Pierrot went horse riding early in the morning near their house in Ascott-under-Wychwood ... Hurt married Texan actress and old friend Donna Peacock at a local Register Office on 6 September 1984 ...
... In the 1990s, she married comedian Eugenio Derbez, and they had one son, José Eduardo ... In 2001, she married Mexican politician Omar Fayad, who is currently a Sendator of Pachuca, Hidalgo ... They married in a lavish ceremony aired in Mexico where everyone witnessed her 35-m long wedding train ...
More definitions of "married":
- (adj): Joined in matrimony.
Example: "A married man"; "a married couple"
Famous quotes containing the word married:
“A strange effect of marriage, such as the nineteenth century has made it! The boredom of married life inevitably destroys love, when love has preceded marriage. And yet, as a philosopher has observed, it speedily brings about, among people who are rich enough not to have to work, an intense boredom with all quiet forms of enjoyment. And it is only dried up hearts, among women, that it does not predispose to love.”
—Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (17831842)
“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)
“Roger Thornhill: Has life been like that?
Eve Kendall: Uhm mm.
Roger Thornhill: How come?
Eve Kendall: Men like you.
Roger Thornhill: Whats wrong with men like me?
Eve Kendall: They dont believe in marriage.
Roger Thornhill: Ive been married twice.
Eve Kendall: See what I mean?”
—Ernest Lehman (b.1920)