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English definition of “wedded”

wedded

adjective uk   /ˈwed.ɪd/ us  

wedded adjective (BELIEF)

wedded to believing firmly in an idea or theory and unwilling to change that belief: The Social Democrats are still wedded to the concepts of high taxation and regulation.Strong-willed

wedded adjective (MARRIED)

[before noun] literary married: your lawful wedded husband/wife Elaine and Ian have been living in wedded bliss for almost half a year now.Marital status
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