from The Century Dictionary.

  • Relating to matrimony; matrimonial.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective rare Matrimonial.

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  • adjective archaic matrimonial


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  • Zone that so frequently reduces -- with the open connivance of the government -- a building housing forty-eight quiet, harmless bachelors to a four-family residence housing eight and gradually upwards; that wreaks such matrimonious havoc among the white - frocked stenographers who come down to type and remain to cook.

    Zone Policeman 88; a close range study of the Panama canal and its workers Harry Alverson Franck 1921

  • "Now, now, Mr. Vennal, we mustn't start anything personal of our lady guest," broke in Furnese from the Chair, "we may take up her ideas or take 'em down, but while she's the guest of this here Farmers 'Club, which is till eleven-thirty precise, we mustn't start arguing about her age or matrimonious intentions.

    Joanna Godden Sheila Kaye-Smith 1921


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