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wed

 
 
pronunciation:
wed
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
features:
Word Combinations (verb)
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: weds, wedding, wed, wedded
definition 1: to take as a spouse in a formal, legal ceremony; marry.
She will wed him in the spring.
synonyms:
espouse, marry
antonyms:
divorce
definition 2: to join (a couple) in marriage.
The judge wed the couple in the bride's home.
synonyms:
marry, unite
antonyms:
divorce
similar words:
bind, join
definition 3: to bind in firm commitment; unite.
synonyms:
marry, unite
similar words:
attach, bind, bond, commit, dedicate, fuse, join, mate, merge, pledge, splice, yoke
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to take a spouse, or to join one another in marriage; marry.
She wed when she was very young.The couple wed at City Hall, with only a few friends present.
synonyms:
marry, mate
antonyms:
divorce
similar words:
couple, pair
definition 2: to blend; unite.
The chef weds two spicy and exotic herbs in this surprisingly delicious salad dressing.
synonyms:
blend, unite
similar words:
bond, combine, couple, fuse, join, merge, mingle
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