Is it possible in English to describe a woman who married a man as follows: She is under him. Thank You.
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No, that's not a metaphor in American (or to my knowledge any) English.
If you mean that his social status is more respected than hers then there are a variety of (snobbish and rarely-used-today) phrases. The most formal of these is to say either that
he married beneath himself / his station
she married above herself / her station,
depending on which of them was the prime mover!