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.

wedded

(ˈwɛdɪd)
adj
1. (Sociology) of marriage: wedded bliss.
2. firmly in support of an idea or institution: wedded to the virtues of capitalism.
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"

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

wedded

adjective
Of, relating to, or typical of marriage:
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

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

wedded

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

wedded

[ˈwɛdɪd] adj (wife, husband) → legittimo/a; (bliss, life) → coniugale
References in classic literature ?
Then seeing that there was no help for it, and that he must either be wedded or hanged, Havelok consented to marry Goldboru.
Then the wedded pair walked back through two lines of joyous relations who did not belong to them, and whose only interest in their marriage was the delay caused to their own wedding by this gloomy bridal.
Ne'ertheless I will give her my blessing when she is duly wedded.