Word of the Day

TRIAL MARRIAGE

noun

  1. A marriage that lasted fewer than five years.
  2. A marriage greater than five years,  but that was intended as a warm-up.
Usage:
  1. My dress is ivory this time. I wore white at my trial marriage.
  2. Did you hear? Katie Holmes is ending her trial marriage to Tom Cruise.
  3.  “Have you been married before?” “Well, yes, technically, but  it was really more of  a trial marriage.”
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  1. catwomanzrt says:

    OMG! I love the phrase “trial marriage”. I absolutely hate it when people refer to their ex-spouse as “my ex”. I was trying to find a way around it. This is it! I will refer to my soon to be ex-husband as my trial husband! lol

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