Definition of 'marriage of convenience'
Example sentences containing 'marriage of convenience'
More of a marriage of convenience arranged by self-appointed Eurocrats than a love match entered into by eager lovers.CORMORANT (1993) 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)
A marriage of convenience had sprung up during the 1970s between the world's various terrorist networks and drug traffickers.BLACK EAGLES (1993)
Definition of marriage of convenience from the Collins English Dictionary
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