Synonyms of 'marry'
1 tie the knotDictionary, wed, take the plunge (informal)They married a month after they met.
tie the knot (informal)
Len tied the knot with Kate five years ago.
The pair wed in a secret ceremony in front of just nine guests.
take the plunge (informal)
walk down the aisle (informal)
get hitched (slang)
The report shows that fewer couples are getting hitched.
get spliced (informal)
become man and wife
plight your troth (old-fashioned)
2 wedDictionary, espouse (old-fashioned), wive (archaic)He wants to marry her.
3 uniteDictionary, match, joinIt will be difficult to marry his two interests - cooking and sport.
They have agreed to unite their efforts to bring peace.
It can take time and money to match buyers and sellers.
The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain.
the Channel Tunnel linking Britain and France
My social life and business life are closely tied.
We need to ally economic freedom with personal liberty.
He wants to merge the two agencies.
Sport knits the whole family close together.
He said he would seek to unify the Party and win the next election.
He taught me to edit and splice film.
They are yoked by money and votes.
Thus grief still treads upon the heels of pleasure:
Marry'd in haste, we may repent at leisure – The Old Bachelor]
Never marry for money, but marry where money is
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Thesaurus for marry from the Collins English Thesaurus
When two people get married or marry , they legally become partners in a special ceremony . Get married is less formal and more commonly used than marry .