Definition of 'intermarriage'
Example sentences containing 'intermarriage'
There had been plenty of intermarriage between the two races.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2002)
By the Eighties the `oligarchy", through intermarriage over the years, had grown to about two hundred families in all.THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2002)
I sometimes thought we should have some sort of Group Areas Act, to divide us from each other, and laws against intermarriage.THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2002)
The quality of Mercy was definitely strained, weakened by intermarriage and a few too many falls in the riding ring.THE LAST PLACE (2002)
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