Definition of bachelorette
: a young unmarried woman
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Every woman should wear a (fill-in-the-blank) at least once in her life: An adult tutu (and NOT to a bachelorette party).
Seay had subpoenaed dozens of people to testify at next month’s trial, including a group of women in a bachelorette party who were on the Playin Hooky Water Taxi and Charters boat that came upon Piercy’s patrol boat after Ellingson was in the water.
And thanks to Kardashian and her GA partner Emma Grede, there are new bodysuits on the block for every occasion — whether that’s work, play or a bachelorette party in Vegas that requires you to channel your inner Britney Spears.
The very people who one day are our neighbors go on to become survivors, bachelors, bachelorettes, housewives and top models.
Despite its funny moments, this comedy about four women on a wild bachelorette weekend who accidentally kill someone and try to get away with it is too dark to stomach.
The movie stars Scarlett Johansson, Ilana Glazer, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell and Zoe Kravitz as a group of friends who gather for a weekend-long bachelorette bash.
Decked in a Hillary-esque hairstyle, Jess is ditching fiancé Peter (Paul W. Downs) for the weekend to attend her bachelorette party at a posh Miami beachfront home provided by a political donor.
And thus, my bachelorette hashtag was born: #spatularette.
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BACHELORETTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bachelorette for English Language Learners
: a woman who is not married
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