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  1. bride

    • IPA[brʌɪd]

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    • n.
      a woman on her wedding day or just before and after the event
    • noun: bride, plural noun: brides

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    • 1. a woman on her wedding day or just before and after the event:

      the bride and groom left early last night

    • n. a woman who marries a man whom she met while he was on active service.

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    • n. a sum of money or quantity of goods given to a bride's family by that of the groom in some tribal societies:

    • the larger bride price given for a virgin

      payments of bride price from the husband's kin

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    • n. a British woman who, during the Second World War, married a US serviceman stationed in Britain:

    • many Londoners went back to America after the war as GI brides

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    • ph. see Bridget, St

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    • n. used humorously to refer to a woman on her wedding day:

    • on the big day the blushing bride looked absolutely stunning

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    • n. a woman who marries a man whom she met while he was on active service.

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    • ph. see Bridget, St.

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    • n. a modest and virtuous bride:

    • on the big day the blushing bride looked absolutely stunning

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    • IPA[brīd]

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    • n.
      a woman on her wedding day or just before and after the event.

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