- a person who commits bigamy.
Origin of bigamist
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Contemporary Examples of bigamist
Jerry Lee got married again: At seventeen, he was a bigamist; at nineteen, he was a father, to Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis
Richard Ben Cramer
January 11, 2014
Washington DC's mysterious tunnel builder: lepidopterist, bigamist, recreational tunnel builder.Your Daily Brain Candy
October 31, 2012
Historical Examples of bigamist
He was afraid of bein' took up for bigamist, you see—for bein' a bigamy, I mean.Cy Whittaker's Place
Joseph C. Lincoln
So, this was the ghastly explanation of the change: The man was a bigamist!Making People Happy
When he left Mercy Leicester, he was a bigamist in law, but not at heart.
You don't suppose she's a bigamist even though he's a fool, do you?'The Bishop's Secret
The woman was a bigamist,—that is, if any second marriage had ever been perpetrated.Dr. Wortle's School