What does for better or for worse mean?
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Likewise, is it for better or worse?
4 Answers. Usually this is said, "for better or (for) worse" (without the). This phrase is used to indicate that a fact you are mentioning is not necessarily a good thing or bad thing. Often it is used if you say something, and you do not want to imply that you think it is a good thing.
Furthermore, is marriage for better or worse? Marriage is for Better or for Worse. When two people wed, they typically exchange vows that say something to the effect of promising to be together for better and for worse, for richer or for poorer, in good times and bad, and so on.
Also asked, how do you use worse in a sentence?
Use "worse" when you would use an "-er" word and "worst" when you would use an "-est" word. "-Er" words compare two things, just like the word "worse." Use "worse" when you have 2 nouns in a sentence, which include physical objects, concepts, places, and people.
What does the vow for richer for poorer mean?
When you vow to be with someone for richer or for poorer, it is no joke. This person could be rendered unable to work less than a month after your marriage in an unfortunate accident. Your vow says that you will not leave.