Scott Dellamore, a schoolteacher from Rhinebeck, said the matrimonial madness has been haunting his dreams lately.
Mayefsky learned the tricks of the matrimonial trade under Sheresky, the 2010 complaint said.
Scott Dellamore, a schoolteacher from Rhinebeck, said the matrimonial madness has lately been haunting his dreams.
Campbell has it against Byron, that "the poetic temperament is incompatible with matrimonial felicity."
Social precedent, the value in the matrimonial market, all rest upon it.
There was a good deal of excitement upon this subject in the matrimonial market for two or three years after Lady Louisa's death.
And every day fetched Jonadab's bows nigher the matrimonial rocks.
They go in for a more splendid sort of matrimonial success, and think they can afford to play the more daring game.
Tell me, do they think their matrimonial differences will be adjusted over there, or what?
She was fifty years of age and extremely poor; but this matrimonial alliance was bound to bring notable recruits to Islam.
mid-15c., from Middle French matrimonial (14c.) and directly from Late Latin matrimonialis, from Latin matrimonium (see matrimony). Earlier as a noun meaning "a marriage" (late 15c.). Related: Matrimonially.