noun, plural big·a·mies.
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But Tuesday it turned out that one congressman may have ties to a far more exotic crime; bigamy.
Bigamy, or having multiple active marriage licenses, is a third-degree felony in Utah.
But, according to Florida law, that would qualify as bigamy.The Gay Divorce Trap: When Same-Sex Marriage Goes Wrong|Lizzie Crocker|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Already, seven FLDS men have been convicted of either bigamy, arranging child-bride marriages or sex assault of a child.
The LDS renounced polygamy long ago in response to bigamy laws, and doesn't recognize any splinter groups that practice polygamy.
If she had lived to marry, some mischief—making scoundrel would have procured the indictment of her husband for bigamy.The Fiend's Delight|Dod Grile
Mrs. Johnson had been arrested on a charge of bigamy at Center, Texas, and was out on bond when she was seized.The Modern Ku Klux Klan|Henry Peck Fry
Now Lizzie had convicted her second husband of bigamy, and had freed herself after that fashion.The Prime Minister|Anthony Trollope
The Squire was an unlifelike story of a case of bigamy, annulled by an unexpected death.The English Stage|Augustin Filon
There's a law against bigamy, I believe; but I'll marry them both, the maid first, the mistress afterward.A Changed Heart|May Agnes Fleming