Examples of bride in a Sentence
the mother of the bride
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The groom was rotating on pediatric surgery and the bride on pediatric anesthesia.
While Middleton's designer dress cost a reported $430,000, the H&M version will run brides-to-be just $299.
Then again, Kate is reportedly sharing fashion tips with Prince Harry’s bride to be, so some of her famous elegant style is bound to show up on the big day.
Honeymooning The bride wanted someplace cold, the groom wanted someplace warm, so the couple, who now live in Dresher, spent five November days golfing and exploring in Bermuda, and six February days skiing and spa-ing at Banff.
Lyle and Erik Menendez, the Beverly Hills brothers convicted in 1994 of murdering their parents, attracted a pair of brides while spending life in prison.
Forget about the bride — at a wedding in Cheshire, England, all eyes were on an ornery owl that got loose during the ceremony.
Generally, the only rule is don’t take the attention away from the bride with your choice of wedding clothing.
While photos were being taken and phone calls were made, the future bride learned of the celebratory dinner with their families that Gavin had planned for the following evening in Cincinnati.
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Origin and Etymology of bride
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of bride for English Language Learners
: a woman who has just married or is about to be married
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