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1bridal

noun brid·al \ˈbrī-dəl\

Definition of BRIDAL

:  a marriage festival or ceremony

Origin of BRIDAL

Middle English bridale, from Old English brȳdealu, from brȳd + ealu ale — more at ale
First Known Use: before 12th century

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2bridal

adjective

: of or relating to a bride or a wedding

Full Definition of BRIDAL

1
:  of or relating to a bride or a wedding :  nuptial
2
:  intended for a newly married couple <a bridal suite>

First Known Use of BRIDAL

13th century

Rhymes with BRIDAL

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