Idiom:  get hitched


Idiom:  get hitched (informal)

  • to marry

Example sentences

  • I thought I'd never get hitched but after your mom got pregnant there wasn't really any other choice in those days.
  • We're getting hitched  on June 15th so save the date!
  • "Is that a wedding ring on your finger?" "Yup! My boyfriend and I got hitched last weekend."
  • When I told my mom I was going to Las Vegas she was scared to death that I was getting hitched with my boyfriend.
  • When are you and your girlfriend getting hitched?
  • All of my friends are getting hitched so I'm spending so much money on wedding gifts.
  • We got hitched on the beach in a small ceremony with just our immediate family.
  • After three failed marriages, I'm never getting hitched again.
  • No, I'm not getting hitched!  The " wedding ceremony"  is for my dog and his "girlfriend."


  • tie the knot
  • walk down the aisle
  • get married

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