Definition of remarry in English:

remarry

Syllabification: re·mar·ry
Pronunciation: /rēˈmarē
 
/

verb (remarries, remarrying, remarried)

[no object]
  • Marry again: he remarried shortly after his wife’s death
    More example sentences
    • Emma's parents divorced in 1985 and her mother remarried shortly afterwards.
    • The guilty person was not allowed to remarry but the innocent one could get married again.
    • She never remarried, and she said she didn't marry because she wanted to devote attention to us.

Derivatives

remarriage

Pronunciation: /rēˈmarij/
noun
More example sentences
  • Marriage was folly, he liked to say, but remarriage, the triumph of hope over experience, was insanity.
  • Other possibilities which are urged are the reception of communion after divorce and remarriage, and women priests.
  • And a debate on the remarriage of divorcees in church, which was due to take place in Ripon this Saturday, has been postponed.

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