Examples of bride in a Sentence
the mother of the bride
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The bride-to-be was delighted to learn of the additional guests for the Mass, Kycia said.
Torah, or shekhinah (divine presence), was the bride of both God and Israel in a fully consummated—and yet entirely spiritual—sense.
His hope is that a bulk buyer will purchase all the items, but the viewing will give brides a better sense of whether there will be dresses available for individuals bids.
The bride, Katie, also posted a shot from the night, a photo of her and Jason kissing.
Too Much, particularly because, over the weekend, Instagram was flooded with photos and video of the head honcho cavorting about the golf course and crashing bridal parties, to, among other things, ask after the bride.
The bride with the highest rating will walk away with a free honeymoon vacation.
From the bride and groom’s perspective, the anticipation of getting all your guests adequately liquored up without going overboard—or spending all your money—can seem like a tall order.
The spot shows a bride being poked and prodded by her groom's mother, calling to mind a car inspection.
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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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