|heiraten englanniksi||marry de, wed de, espouse de|
: Neither of her daughters showed any desire to marry.
*: Evelyn, in his "Diary," under date 1641, says that at Haerlem "they showed us a cottage where, they told us, dwelt a woman who had been married to her twenty-fifth husband, and, being now a widow, was prohibited to marry in future; ..."
*: But Esau, being now forty years of age, took a false step by marrying not only without his parents consent; but with two wives, daughters of the Hittites.
: She was not happily married.
: His daughter was married some five years ago to a tailors apprentice.
*: The kyngdome of heven is lyke unto a certayne kinge, which maryed his sonne [...].
: He was eager to marry his daughter to a nobleman.
: In some cultures, it is acceptable for an uncle to marry his niece.
: The attempt to marry medieval plainsong with speed metal produced interesting results.
*: Turn, O backsliding children, saith the Lord; for I am married unto you.
*: For Faulkner, these years marry professional triumphs and personal disappointments: the Nobel Prize for Literature and an increasingly unlifting depression.
: A justice of the peace will marry Jones and Smith.
*: Tell him that he shall marry the couple himself.
*: I have chequed him for it, and the young lion repents; marry, not in ashes and sackcloth, but in new silk and old sack.
: The priest wed the couple.
*: And Adam, wedded to another Eve, / Shall live with her.
: She wed her first love.
*: Thou art wedded to calamity.
*: Men are wedded to their lusts.
*: ... the PPS paper proposed a political doctrine that wedded modernization theory to U.S. support for national security states ...
*: They positively and concernedly wedded his cause.
*: Although Dowty’s proposal is attractive from the point of view of the alternative argument linking theory that I am espousing, since it eschews the use of thematic roles and thematic role hierarchies, […], but it still has some drawbacks.