Examples of bridesmaid in a Sentence
I was a bridesmaid in my sister's wedding.
Recent Examples of bridesmaid from the Web
The car will stop at the chapel to allow Ragland to enterwhile Markle joins her bridesmaids and page boys to continue to St. George’s West Steps.
To date, the London publicist has spent £9250 (around $13,000) to be a wedding guest and six-time bridesmaid at weddings of friends and family, and has six more coming up this year.
Their niece and nephew, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, are respectively slated to serve as bridesmaid and pageboy.
The teenager, who was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, was born a month prematurely and delivered by emergency Caesarian section.
The couple are being helped behind the scenes by Meghan’s best friend Jessica Mulroney, whose daughter Ivy is also expected to be a bridesmaid.
The groomsmen matched the bridesmaids' white dresses with ivory ties.
Part of her duties appeared to be ushering in a horde of extremely fancy children that served as flower girls, bridesmaids, and pageboys, including Lady Louise Windsor, then 7, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, then 8, Grace van Custem, then 3, and others.
My husband will be the best man; their sister, a bridesmaid; and my son, the ring bearer.
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BRIDESMAID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bridesmaid for English Language Learners
: a female friend or relative who helps a bride at her wedding
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