bride

All Noun
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  • He and his bride lived near the campus, keeping her little brother with them.
  • The evening usually continues with music and songs in the bride's house.
  • His father met his mother when she was a mail order bride.
  • The bride's father finds the dead body and takes it out of town.
  • After their tour the soldiers return home to America with their new brides.
  • It has also become common for a similar party to be held for the bride-to-be.
  • Some came from poor families, so they became picture brides for economic reasons.
  • I will take upon myself the rest, for my dead bride's sake. Cited from A Hungarian Nabob, by Maurus Jokai
  • The marriage took place in the house of the bride's father.
  • The marriage took place in the house of the bride's father.
  • She tells him that he must choose a bride at the royal ball the following evening.
  • From the church to the bride's house was a walk of some three minutes. Cited from Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete, by John Symonds
  • The first two images show the bride in a black or dark dress.
  • At the time of their marriage John was eleven years old and his bride five.
  • We send our brides off on it with an entire change of bill at each performance. Cited from Homeburg Memories, by George Helgesen Fitch
  • The bride's brother stands behind the couple while the couple faces each other.
  • Otherwise only especially close friends of the bride's parents are invited to this table. Cited from Etiquette, by Emily Post
  • After the post-marriage ceremony, the married couple being to leave the bride's home.
  • The bride later claimed she had been locked in her room until she agreed to the marriage.
  • Her parents were very happy with the match even though the Prince was ten months younger than his bride.
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Meaning of bride

  • noun A woman who has recently been married
  • noun A woman participant in her own marriage ceremony