verb (used with object), mar·ried, mar·ry·ing.
- to lay together (the unlaid strands of two ropes) to be spliced.
- to seize (two ropes) together end to end for use as a single line.
- to seize (parallel ropes) together at intervals.
verb (used without object), mar·ried, mar·ry·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for marrier
He knew that by "'em" Mr. Marrier meant the great race of actor-managers.
Edward Henry decided that he must give Mr. Marrier a piece of his mind at the first opportunity.
He doubted if Mr. Marrier was worth even his three pounds a week.
Have you had much experience of managing theatres, Mr. Marrier?
In speaking of the Clubs Mr. Marrier always pronounced them with a capital letter.
British Dictionary definitions for marrier (1 of 2)
verb -ries, -rying or -ried
- to match up (the strands) of unlaid ropes before splicing
- to seize (two ropes) together at intervals along their lengths