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wedded bliss (ˈwedɪd blɪs) 

Definitions

noun

  1. (literary) the happiness of being married   ⇒ She clings to a romantic fantasy of wedded bliss.

Example Sentences Including 'wedded bliss'

Claire Jolliffe of Nambour suggests ` wedded bliss ", `straight laced", `public service" and `fight for peace".
Misc (1999)
DAVID O'LEARY could not have wished for a better way to celebrate 20 years of wedded bliss.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
It's painful to lose pals to the world of wedded bliss.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
MARY and Frederik spent their first days of wedded bliss as an anonymous couple.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2005)
On the surface it looks like the wedded bliss conjured up by the ubiquitous photos of bride and groom.
New Scientist (1998)
Susan listened patiently, nodding without confirming his resentful reconstruction of ten years ' wedded bliss.
Conybeare, Stephanie A Death in the Family
This is accessible only to those who are married for eternity, in line with a heavy Mormon emphasis on the family and wedded bliss.
Peter Stanford HEAVEN: A Traveller's Guide to the Undiscovered Country (2002)

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