Related formsmar·ried·ly, adverbun·mar·ried, adjective, nounwell-mar·ried, adjective
Examples from the Web for unmarried
Rumors about unmarried middle-aged people, regardless of profession or gender, are sadly as common there as elsewhere.
There are different types of kimonos to denote something about the wearer, married or unmarried, young or old.
The upward trend in the birth rate for unmarried mothers has reversed—dropping 14 percent, according to a new CDC report.
The birth rate to unmarried mothers has, with a few pauses, steadily climbed since the 1940s.
If unmarried and convicted, the “active” partner will receive 100 lashes.The Most Insane Antics of George Galloway, Britain’s Purring, Dictator-Loving MP|Gideon Resnick|August 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was young, unmarried and a poet; and this certainly was not a poetical incident.Flora Lyndsay|Susan Moodie
She felt a slight sensation of comfort at arriving at this idea, when she remembered her own unmarried daughters.Mabel, Vol. I (of 3)|Emma Warburton
Their remarks fell on the ears of Suguṇî, who was as yet unmarried, and also was a very learned and sensible girl.Tales of the Sun|Mrs. Howard Kingscote
He was removed to a hospital and there passed away, unmarried and the last of his line, on the 10th of June 1580.
He was unmarried, and perhaps he might be willing to come and live with her.Jennie Gerhardt|Theodore Dreiser