Was she, indeed, of marriageable age, and in permitting her to go abroad was there even a suspicion of immodesty?
He has a wife and five children all marriageable and unprovided for.
In fact, Abraham refused to do what countless Christian mothers of marriageable sons and daughters do without compunction.
Their wives, if of marriageable age, are expected to marry again.
For his daughter was now of marriageable age, but could not be provided with a dowry during his absence from Rome.'
Tell him lieutenants are fledglings—he's not marriageable at present.
It had always been difficult for him to address a marriageable woman, and a joke on that subject threw him into dumb confusion.
Lady Wilts is not so old but that, as our Jorian here says of her, she is marriageable.
One of the very pretty social dances is the Butterfly Dance, given during the summer by the young people of marriageable age.
She is rich, she is sharp, she uses her quill; she is emphatically not marriageable.