verb -ries, -rying or -ried
Derived Formsremarriage, noun
Examples from the Web for remarry
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
I will marry a woman with no womb,—a creature with two noses,—a wench with no hair,—rather than remarry thee!The Works of John Marston|John Marston
Widows may remarry without limit, but the dearth of husbands makes it difficult for them to do so.
Marriage is either infant or adult, and widows and divorcées may remarry.
When a widow does not remarry, the males of the community supply her with roots and other products of the jungle.
With widows, who are not allowed to remarry, the rules are more strict.