He was scrolling through Goodreads.com, monitoring the reception of his new novel, matrimony.
Starring Damian Lewis and Gina McKee, it's a sumptuous and lush period drama about thwarted desire and the chains of matrimony.
Her later works have delved into the battle scars of matrimony, raising children, and family.
Their closeness to their grandson, especially Philip, makes them eager, I am told, to see William settled in matrimony.
Paul is an author herself with three books, including Parenting, Inc. and The Starter Marriage and the Future of matrimony.
There must be an outlet for all this vigor—business, or matrimony, or war.
They promise and vow three things—is it three things you promise and vow in matrimony, Reggie?
It is supposed, however, that he was crossed in love in his youth and on that account abandoned all thoughts of matrimony.
She is in general business, of which matrimony is only a department.
I have many times been asked the question, Who are the best subjects for matrimony?
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."