involving bigamy(adjective) द्विविवाह को शामिल करना
Examples of word bigamous
'Hadn't you best leave well alone?' said I; 'for I declare till this moment I hadn't dreamed that another such woman as yourself existed in the world, and it gives me a kind of bigamous feeling which I can't say I find altogether unpleasant.'
Agent reports flooded into bureau offices complaining that the freed men and women persisted in “the disgusting practice of living together as man and wife without proper marriage,” “living together and calling themselves man and wife as long as it conveniently suits them,” and maintaining bigamous or adulterous relationships.
Rachel Jackson's divorce from her first husband was, unknown to her, not yet final when she married Jackson, making the marriage technically bigamous.
Fred Jackson is a known con artist, fraudster and bigamous.
However, the Central Bureau for Statistics (CBS), where all marriages are registered nationally, removes these bigamous or polygamous marriages from its files, on the assumption that administrative errors have occurred.
Registrars in the major cities, in particular, record dozens of bigamous or polygamous marriages per year.
"And thus the bigamous marriage was proclaimed, on 27 November 1879," writes Simon Loftus in his book "Puligny-Montrachet."
What if Josef and this woman were husband and wife, the marriage to Dagmar bigamous?
And, until you dissolve your present marriage or civil union, it would be bigamous for you to try to marry or register with someone else - and thus you could be prevented from legally re-partnering with a new beloved.