Although it began as a love match, the marriage turned out to duplicate some of the worst elements of her parents′ unhappy life together.
In any genetically successful love match, one of the partners ought to hate a unisex perfume.
It′s a true love match founded on friendship and common experience.
1.A marriage based on the mutual love of the couple rather than social or financial considerations.
‘Heads swivelled, ladies gasped and men leered, as everyone craned their neck to have a good look at the pair who were declared as ‘one of the greatest love match in all of London' by some bloody nosy dowager.'
‘In Iran today a love match with someone outside of the family is clearly not at all impossible, but even in such cases, except in the most westernized families, the family visitation and negotiation must be observed.'
‘Her marriage to my father was a political union and they dealt reasonably well together; but it was not a love match.'
‘Women who fervently believed in the equal-opportunity love match - sharing everything, working their way right through those pregnancies - begin to lust after the easy life and the men who might be able to provide it.'
‘Despite her aristocratic background, her fortune was slender and her marriage a love match.'