wedded


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wed·ded

 (wĕd′ĭd)
adj.
1. Joined in marriage.
2. Of or relating to marriage: wedded bliss.
3. Closely attached or devoted: a person completely wedded to a profession.
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wedded

(ˈwɛdɪd)
adj
1. (Sociology) of marriage: wedded bliss.
2. firmly in support of an idea or institution: wedded to the virtues of capitalism.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.wedded - having been taken in marriagewedded - having been taken in marriage  
married - joined in matrimony; "a married man"; "a married couple"
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wedded

adjective
1. married, marital, nuptial, conjugal, connubial a romantic fantasy of wedded bliss
2. (with to) devoted to, dedicated to, hell-bent on, obsessive about, fixated on, fanatical about law enforcement agencies wedded to heavy handed methods
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wedded

adjective
Of, relating to, or typical of marriage:
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Translations

wedded

[ˈwedɪd] ADJ
1. (frm) [wife, husband] → desposado, casado; [bliss, life] → conyugal
his lawful wedded wifesu legítima esposa
2. (fig) to be wedded to (= linked to) → estar ligado or unido a
to be wedded to an idea [person] → aferrarse or estar aferrado a una idea
she's wedded to her workestá casada con su trabajo
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wedded

[ˈwɛdɪd] adj
(= married) [bliss] → conjugal(e)
his lawfully wedded wife → son épouse légitime
her lawfully wedded husband → son époux légitime
to be wedded to sth (idea, policy)être attaché(e) à qch
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wedded

adjEhe-; wedded blissEheglück nt; wedded lifeEheleben nt ? lawful
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wedded

[ˈwɛdɪd] adj (wife, husband) → legittimo/a; (bliss, life) → coniugale
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References in classic literature ?
Then straightway he came down from the loft and forthwith performed the marriage service; and so Allan and Ellen were duly wedded.
This masterpiece of her art and her joy was a votive offering to their wedded felicity.
Then seeing that there was no help for it, and that he must either be wedded or hanged, Havelok consented to marry Goldboru.