From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Anthropology, Family
intermarryin‧ter‧mar‧ry /ˌɪntəˈmæri $ -ər-/ verb (intermarried, intermarrying, intermarries) [intransitive] 1 SAMARRYif people from two social, racial, or religious groups intermarry, people from one group marry people from the otherintermarry with Over the centuries, these Greeks intermarried with the natives.2 SSFMARRYto marry someone within your own group or family It is not unusual for royal cousins to intermarry.intermarriage /-ˈmærɪdʒ/ noun [countable, uncountable] intermarriage between ethnic groups
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intermarryBut their kin survived and intermarried.So in these three cities, a total of 78 males and 78 females had intermarried.The dozen rich families have intermarried so many times that family trees are tangles of roots.intermarry withIn the late 18th century, Spaniards and Mexicans began to intermarry with the Indians.