Word of the Day: MARITATED

ETYMOLOGY
from Latin marītātus pa. pple. of marītāre (to marry) + -ed

EXAMPLE
“…I am still an agamist, although nubile for several annuary epochs. I have had multitudinous allectations to enter into a maritated condition, but have as yet evitated all morsure at the proffers coming from your genus…”

From: Letters to Squire Pedant In the East, 
By Lorenzo Altisonant, an Emigrant to the West.
By Samuel Klinefelter Hoshour, 1870
Amenityville, Occident, (Letter written July 4, 1844)
To Seignior Lorenzo Altisonant

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