childless marriage

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  • Her marriage to another man had been a childless marriage. Cited from The New Magdalen, by Wilkie Collins
  • He was born after eight years of childless marriage.
  • They had financial problems and the marriage remained childless marriage, and soon their relationship took a very unfortunate course.
  • Even in our civilization what right has anyone to doom his partner to a childless marriage? Cited from The Good Housekeeping Marriage Book, by Various
  • A childless marriage to a second wife ended with her death 1643.
  • These women were thought to be infertile, having all divorced after a number of years of childless marriage.
  • It is the childless marriage, the small family system that contemporary writers deplore. Cited from Medieval People, by Eileen Edna Power
  • They enjoyed a happy childless marriage until he died in 1965.
  • After a childless marriage, they both decided to enter a monastery in 1402.
  • Her childless marriage to the young King of France, which had endured now for ten years, had hardly been successful. Cited from The Historical Nights Entertainment, Second Series
  • She died in 1650 after twelve years of childless marriage.
  • A purposely childless marriage is no marriage at all; it is merely an arrangement. Cited from The Young Man and the World, by Albert J. Beveridge
  • Later in their unhappy, childless marriage, she kept a revolver in her bedroom to prevent her husband's entry.
  • Two reasons motivated him: he was seriously ill, and after eight years of childless marriage, his wife was expecting their first child.
  • The per cent of childless marriages increased very markedly during the first two decades and held nearly level for the last two decades. Cited from Applied Eugenics, by Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
  • Their childless marriage ended in the first weeks of 1948.
  • Rudolph died after nine years of childless marriage.
  • After seven years of happy but childless marriage, Mrs. Inchbald was left a widow at the age of twenty-six. Cited from Nature And Art, by Mrs. [Elizabeth] Inchbald
  • His father was trapped in a childless marriage, and had to move to Exeter but kept in touch with his son.
  • After thirteen years of childless marriage, they divorced so Mestwin could remarry and possibly have more children.
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