verb (used without object), in·ter·mar·ried, in·ter·mar·ry·ing.
- intermaxillary bone,
- intermaxillary suture,
Origin of intermarry
Examples from the Web for intermarry
Everyone understood that people of different races could intermarry, in principle.Opposing Gay Marriage Doesn’t Make You a Crypto-Racist|Jonathan Rauch|April 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The subtext is that each of us is responsible for all of us, and if we intermarry, we risk disappearing completely.Israeli Government Tells Israelis Not to Marry American Jews|Allison Yarrow|December 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Both Saivites and Vaishnavites eat together, but do not intermarry.Castes and Tribes of Southern India|Edgar Thurston
The three first are allowed to intermarry: the last six may also intermarry.
Pedigree showing the tendency to intermarry among pauper and defective families.
Of course in actual life the two-child and the five-child groups will intermarry.
Proper Muhammadans look down on them and decline to take food or intermarry with them.