united in matrimony; married: the wedded couple; a wedded woman.
of or relating to marriage or to those married: the wedded state; wedded happiness.
attached or dedicated, especially obstinately or unshakably: a fearless person wedded to a just cause.
associated or bound together inseparably: form and substance wedded in harmony.
- un·wed·ded, adjective
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How to use wedded in a sentence
Even still, Poroshenko seems wedded to a political settlement.
Whole Foods remains wedded to the trendy American consumer—one faced with lots of choices.
Of course, this newly wedded bliss is doomed from the start.Every Woman Don Draper’s Hooked Up With on ‘Mad Men’ | Amy Zimmerman | April 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Sandoval is more committed to overall fiscal responsibility than wedded to ideology at any cost.
And while they may have an ideological slant, they are not wedded to it.GOP in the Lions’ Den: Why Do Republicans Talk to Liberal Media? | David Freedlander | June 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
After ten years of wedded life she died before her parents, having made great inroads upon Gedeon Brunner's property.
And, just below, is a brief mention of Hippolyta, who had been wedded to Theseus.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems | Geoffrey Chaucer
In the early years of his wedded life he killed in a duel —though unknown to his wife—a man who had vilified Mme. Desmarets.
He counseled her to seek in literature relief from the bitterness of her wedded life.
He took her out walking, and laid all his radiant plans of wedded life before her.
British Dictionary definitions for wedded
of marriage: wedded bliss
firmly in support of an idea or institution: wedded to the virtues of capitalism
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