Meaning of maritally in English:

maritally

Pronunciation /ˈmarɪt(ə)li/

adverb

See marital

‘Well, if that's not financially or maritally feasible, another option is to sell the Miata.’
  • ‘Their analyses delineated the odds of a maritally distressed spouse having a psychiatric disorder or class of disorders in comparison to spouses who were not maritally distressed.’
  • ‘Given the positive treatment outcome suggested by the findings of this study, it is important that maritally distressed couples be referred for intervention in a timely fashion.’
  • ‘Interestingly, the pattern of results found for maritally violent couples also holds for violent couples within the college population.’
  • ‘I advise my endearing, beautiful, lovable but maritally unattached daughter to drop her internet dating service and pick up her pen.’