Of or relating to marriage: wedded bliss. (adjective)
Closely attached or devoted: a person completely wedded to a profession. (adjective)
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Use "wedded" in a sentence
"The first two years we were kind of in wedded bliss."
"And I was like, I cannot tell them we are going to get married and live in wedded bliss eternally, because she is a commoner, and also, I am not absolutely sure how she feels?"
"Conservatives, however, remain wedded to Bushâ€ ™ s stay the course rhetoric, unwilling to make any promises of a near-term departure from Iraq."