She was the child of a mixed marriage, and her Christian mother had brought her up secretly in her own faith.
Having the civil wedding alone would also avoid the delay and expense occasioned by a mixed marriage.
I only meant a square party, a mixed marriage mingling of our different little conjugials.
There are moments of real drama in "Judgment," but no such inevitable rise to climax as in "mixed marriage."
I hope it's going to be all right, Jack, though a mixed marriage is a hideous gamble.
Can you beat him—changing round and being proud of this mixed marriage that he had formerly held to be a scandal!
Yours was what is called a mixed marriage, and the Church does not favour such marriages, but it consented in this case, and why?
So that a mixed marriage in Germany would almost always mean the crossing of two distinct types.
Illiteracy was common enough and might be overlooked, but a mixed marriage was unthinkable.
The Chinese, of which there are large numbers, are usually buried, but in case of a mixed marriage the children are cremated.
Marriage between two people who come from different cultural, national, racial, ethnic, or religious backgrounds. Often, such marriages must withstand the scrutiny of both partners' families and social communities.