Definition of 'marriage of convenience'
Example sentences containing 'marriage of convenience'
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More of a marriage of convenience arranged by self-appointed Eurocrats than a love match entered into by eager lovers. CORMORANT (1993)It had occurred to her that she might find a husband, make a marriage of convenience. DANSVILLE (1993)She knew it would be difficult for many of them not to believe that this was Andrew McClintock's prescribed marriage of convenience. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1993)
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