As far as I know, the Catholic Church allows married men to become priests under special circumstances (i.e. Eastern Catholic Churches, Former Protestant Ministers, etc.), but that priests are not allowed to get married.
Now, when a priest is defrocked, he is "dismissed from the clerical state" and is relieved of all of his duties except for his vow of chastity and hearing the confession of a dying penitent. However, he is still considered a priest and doing priestly functions such as consecrating the Eucharist are considered valid but illicit. Moreover, a defrocked priest may be granted dispensation from his vow of celibacy (and can get married).
Now, hypothetically speaking, if a priest is dismissed from the clerical state can get married after being granted dispensation, can a priest who is NOT defrocked be possibly granted dispensation for getting married? Remember, this question is purely hypothetical, I'm just curious if it is possible and whether or not the vow of celibacy is a matter of church discipline, authoritative doctrine, defnitinitive doctrine, or dogma.