Bigamies [noun]

Definition of Bigamies:

plural marriage

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Sentence/Example of Bigamies:

If she had lived to marry, some mischief—making scoundrel would have procured the indictment of her husband for bigamy.

Mrs. Johnson had been arrested on a charge of bigamy at Center, Texas, and was out on bond when she was seized.

Now Lizzie had convicted her second husband of bigamy, and had freed herself after that fashion.

The Squire was an unlifelike story of a case of bigamy, annulled by an unexpected death.

There's a law against bigamy, I believe; but I'll marry them both, the maid first, the mistress afterward.

No wonder, that at so thoroughly illogical and bigamy-suggesting an aspiration, Mr. Nuttall looked puzzled.

They are hollering for $600, and if Henry doesn't raise it mighty quick they swear they'll get him sent over the road for bigamy.

Upon the third patriarch bigamy was forced by a cruel deception.

Let it be allowed, also, that the Bible does not represent bigamy as working well.

Bigamy and polygamy confront us in the lives of some worthies.