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wedded

[ wed-id ]
/ ˈwɛd ɪd /
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adjective
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.
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Origin of wedded

before 900; Middle English; Old English geweddode.See wed, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM wedded

un·wed·ded, adjective
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How to use wedded in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for wedded

wedded
/ (ˈwɛdɪd) /

adjective
of marriagewedded bliss
firmly in support of an idea or institutionwedded to the virtues of capitalism
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