He had forgotten, in the blindness of his love, how shocking the misalliance would be.
Later the misalliance of the princess was cautiously touched upon.
The Viennese winced and got over their dislike; in the same way Londoners will come to think well of “misalliance.”
I believe that Lady Flora is little likely to contract such a misalliance.
Moreover, the marriage of the daughter of my general with you would be a misalliance—ridiculous.
This is not the language of one who wished to apologise for a misalliance.
I never forgot my proud birthright, and well understood the danger of a European alliance—or misalliance.
Her brother well knew how she had struggled against what she would call a misalliance, but Cupid had been the victor.
She would enjoy the situation because it would make the misalliance less marked.
If you were to marry the son of an English manufacturer of office furniture, your friends would consider it a misalliance.