Derived forms of remarryremarriage, noun
Words nearby remarry
How to use remarry in a sentence
Her new comments will only add to ongoing speculation that the Yorks plan, one day, to remarry.
Upon her death, Mohammad did not want to remarry but was urged to do so by his followers.Mohammad Was Not a Womanizer, and Other Common Misconceptions About Islam Debunked|Olga M. Davidson|September 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Gilbert then went on to publish Committed, about her decision to remarry.The Most Spectacular Literary Divorces: Nora Ephron, Rachel Cusk, & More|Jessica Ferri|September 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They file for divorce, only to remarry in Botswana and then divorce again a year later.‘Liz & Dick’: 8 Crazy Scenes from Lindsay Lohan’s Elizabeth Taylor Biopic|Jace Lacob|June 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And will the politically estranged couple remarry once the ballots are counted?Guatemala's Political Telenovela: First Couple Divorces|Mac Margolis|April 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The Episcopal Church does not go quite so far as that; it allows the innocent party in the divorce to remarry.
"I told him he had insulted me, and forbade him to come here again without Mr. Saychase to remarry them," I said.The Diary of a Saint|Arlo Bates
Cranmer, you remember, knew all about that, and looked on separation without the right to remarry as an unclean thing.The Law and the Poor|Edward Abbott Parry
The canons of the Episcopal Church forbid any widow or widower to remarry whose former partner is living.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12|Elbert Hubbard
If she loved him she would forgive him and quietly remarry him as soon as Minna kicked him loose.The Dark Star|Robert W. Chambers