to marry (another person) in a formal ceremony.
to unite (a couple) in marriage or wedlock; marry.
to bind by close or lasting ties; attach firmly: She wedded herself to the cause of economic justice.
to blend together or unite inseparably: a novel that weds style and content perfectly.
to contract marriage; marry.
to become united or to blend: a building that will wed with the landscape.
- in·ter·wed, verb (used without object), in·ter·wed or in·ter·wed·ded, in·ter·wed·ding.
- re·wed, verb, re·wed·ded, re·wed·ding.
- un·wed, adjective
Other definitions for we'd (2 of 3)
contraction of we had:Sometimes I wish we'd bought a bigger house.
contraction of we would:Of course we'd be happy to donate to the school's fundraiser.
Other definitions for Wed. (3 of 3)
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British Dictionary definitions for wed (1 of 3)
to take (a person of the opposite sex) as a husband or wife; marry
(tr) to join (two people) in matrimony
(tr) to unite closely
British Dictionary definitions for we'd (2 of 3)
we had or we would
British Dictionary definitions for Wed. (3 of 3)
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