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misalliance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmisalliancemis‧al‧li‧ance /ˌmɪsəˈlaɪəns/ noun [countable]  formalSUITABLE# a situation in which two people or organizations have agreed to work together, marry each other etc, but are not suitable for each other It was a hopeless misalliance.
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misallianceThe dominant supporting character is Lady Davers, who supplies an analysis of society's reaction to such a misalliance.
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