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Synonyms for wed

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  1. wedverb


  2. wedverb

    we had

    The priest wed the couple.


  3. wedverb

    we should

    She wed her first love.


  4. wedverb

    we would


  5. wedverb

    To join (more or less permanently)


Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. wed

    link, marry, espouse

    separate, divorce

Princeton's WordNet

  1. Wednesday, Midweek, Wedadjective

    the fourth day of the week; the third working day

    unmarried, single

  2. wed, weddedverb

    having been taken in marriage


    unmarried, single

  3. marry, get married, wed, conjoin, hook up with, get hitched with, espouseverb

    take in marriage

    follow, hook up with, get hitched with, espouse, conjoin, tie, sweep up, adopt, marry, join, get married, splice, embrace

    unmarried, single

  4. marry, wed, tie, spliceverb

    perform a marriage ceremony

    "The minister married us on Saturday"; "We were wed the following week"; "The couple got spliced on Hawaii"

    link, hook up with, get hitched with, espouse, conjoin, tie, connect, marry, attach, bond, link up, draw, get married, splice, bind

    single, unmarried

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. wedverb

    marry, espouse

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "wed":

    wednesday, wd

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How to use wed in a sentence?

  1. Julia Arnaz:

    Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Arnaz and Anzalone didnt have nearly enough time to spend with each other before her passing. LUCILLE BALL WOULD BE ELATED FOR WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD, BUT DISAPPOINTED IN COMEDY OFFERINGS ON TV, FRIENDS SAY The COVID-19 kept us apart, so I wasnt able to see her as much as I usually do because she was compromised and I didnt want her getting sick in any kind of way, so I wasnt able to spend as much time with her as I normally do because of the COVID since March. I mean, I saw her, but not as much; wed hang out every day practically she was here. Plus, she lived with me for a while.

  2. Alexis karpouzos:

    where have you been? I returned to the river, I returned to the mountains. I asked for their hand in marriage again, I begged to wed every object and creature, and when they accepted, then I knew my soul —every soul—then I knew, the souls are drawn from the oceans.

  3. Joe Horrigan:

    It serves two purposes, weve had it displayed as a temporary exhibit for a couple of years, so it was the first thing visitors saw when they entered the Hall of Fame. Wed have a video story with it explaining why Canton is the site of the hall. CANCER SURVIVORS COLLECTION OF 250 CARS BEING SOLD ON CRAIGSLIST.

  4. Matthew Kumjian:

    Anything larger than about a quarter in size can start putting dents into your car, in some rare cases, 6-inch hail has actually gone through roofs and multiple floors in houses. Wed like to help mitigate the impacts on life and property, to help anticipate these kinds of events.

  5. Yishai Cohen:

    It’s insufferable in my eyes that someone can stand on the podium, hear Hatikva, and get a gold medal in the name of Israel, and then not be able to wed here, it’s a situation that cannot continue, and we will fight for change.

Translations for wed

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  • تزوجArabic
  • trauen, verheiraten, vermählen, heiratenGerman
  • παντρεύομαι, παντρεύωGreek
  • زناشويي, ازدواج, پیوندPersian
  • avioitua, ottaa, naida, vihkiä, mennä naimisiin, avioliitto, puolisoFinnish
  • épouser, mer, marierFrench
  • मेल करानाHindi
  • ամուսնացնել, ամուսնանալArmenian
  • sposareItalian
  • 娶る, 結婚Japanese
  • nuboLatin
  • жени, се жени, се венчава, се мажи, мажи, венчаваMacedonian
  • gifte seg, gifte seg med, ektevie, vie, ekteNorwegian
  • căsători, cununa, mărita, însuraRomanian
  • взять в жёны, выходить замуж, выйти замуж, жениться, пожениться, брать в жёныRussian
  • evlenmekTurkish
  • cướiVietnamese

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    An antonym for "pesky"
    • A. pestilent
    • B. plaguey
    • C. agreeable
    • D. pettish

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