Examples of usage:

  1. In a land where twelve is a marriageable age, a woman need not live to thirty to be talked about; and if she can dance as Yasmini does- though only the Russian ballet can do that- she has the secret of perpetual youth to help her defy the years. "Winds of the World" by Talbot Mundy
  2. I prefer to believe that the Italian race is vigorous, moral, and marriageable, and that it does not yet despair of the future. "The Roman Question" by Edmond About
  3. The heroine, so called, must by a certain fixed law be young and marriageable. "Orley Farm" by Anthony Trollope
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