Definder - what does the word mean?

What is marry?

Rapper from Toronto

Hey dud did you hear the new Marri?

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Marry - what is it?

The best girl in the world, anyone would be lucky to have her

Omg did u see marrie this weekend? Yeah man, i wanna ask her out

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What does "marry" mean?

To be firmly committed to a decision, preference, opinion, affiliation, etc. This phrase is actually most commonly used in the negative to imply one's flexibility on a subject or lack of staunchness for a particular decision.

dude 1: "Anyone have a preference were we go for dinner?"

dude 2: "Let's go to Wendy's. Not that I'm married to the idea, but a frosty sounds real good right now."

dude 1: "Wendy's it is!"

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Marry - what does it mean?

A super fun girl with a lot of spunk. She is very outgoing and up for anything. At times she can be a little wild but everyone loves her. She is known for her breath-taking beauty. Most marri's are country girls and like to play in the dirt!

Look at Marri out there rootin in her 4 by 4 raisin hell with the boys.

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Marry - meaning

Serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole or conjugal visits

"Sir, a quick question from the Census: are you married or happy?"

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Marry - definition

The only time in your life in which you can admit not getting sex without blushing.

"I'm married, I haven't had sex in a month" said Lisa. "Ah! I understand" said John.

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Marry - slang

Friends with tax benefits.

My roommates Tim and Derek are thinking of getting married so they can afford seperate bedrooms.

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Having a spouse, being joined in matrimony. Having a close union with another person.

The state of being legally wed; can either be heaven or hell (or sometimes both).

Happiness is being married to your best friend.

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She is the most beautiful girl in the world. They make you happy just being around them and anyone would be lucky to have them. They are super funny and have a lot of charm. You will catch feeling that you never thought you had.

Did you see Marrie earlier she’s so cute and has a great personality

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Elizebethan form of the colloquial 'innit'. Used loosely during Shakespearean times as a form of a) mutual aggreement between friends, b) to emphasise/reiterate ones resolve c) express/ reinforce a fondness/solidarity between ones cronies. Most often used among men. Marry may be accompanied by other such forms of agreement i.e 'ay', 'forsooth' and the like.

Henry: (gasp), by God the north London totty is out in force today!
George: Marry - looks like we're in for a smashing afternoon!

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