mismarriage

mismarriage

(mɪsˈmærɪdʒ)
n
an unsuitable marriage
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She wrote a chick lit novel Mrs MisMarriage (Marshall Cavendish International Editions, Singapore, 2008), published under her married name Noelle Chua, and co-edited another flash fiction collection, Fast Food Fiction Delivery: Short Short Stories to Go, also for Anvil in 2015.
Because the Roman Catholic king of Bavaria was the actual head of the Lutheran Church in Bavaria, Loehe called "the connection between state and church an unfortunate mismarriage.
We all know that Aurore Dupin's family history was marked by several factors: social hybridity, with an illustrious paternal lineage and a low-birth mother ; illegitimacy, since she was surrounded with bastards, including her own daughter; a mismarriage, which after much judicial contention, ended in separation ; and a psychological bisexuality not as harmonious as the androgyny thematized by the Romantics.
The mismarriage of bargaining theory and distributive justice.