- matrimony (n.)
- c. 1300, from Old French matremoine "matrimony, marriage" and directly from Latin matrimonium "wedlock, marriage," from matrem (nominative mater) "mother" (see mother (n.1)) + -monium, suffix signifying "action, state, condition."
- 1. She could choose her own partner in matrimony, as long as she gave no utterance to her passions and emotions.
- 2. Outside the regenerative and ennobling pale of matrimony, he used her body.
- 他在有传宗接代意义的庄严的婚姻关系以外, 蹂躏了她.
- 3. She had never experienced the pangs of ragged matrimony.
- 4. He had got his neck out of the yoke of matrimony.
- 5. It isn't possible that you were so misguided as to think I would propose matrimony? "
- 你不会糊涂到认为我会向你求婚 吧 ?
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