bride-to-be


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bride-to-be

n
a woman who is soon to be married
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Noun1.bride-to-be - a woman who is engaged to be marriedbride-to-be - a woman who is engaged to be married
betrothed - the person to whom you are engaged
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The bride-to-be bursts into tears when Olivia knocks on her door as she is preparing for the ceremony in Belfast City Hall.
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Kelly Morris of Balgonie Castle in Fife was branded "nasty and unprofessional" and "a fruit loop" when she lost the plot online at bride-to-be Henia Roy.
Other than checking the dresses, I found it helpful talking to the wedding consultant and the caterer," bride-to-be Randa Azar said.
She is beautiful, clever and sent from heaven on mission impossible" - Screenwriter Jeremy Lloyd, 83, on his bride-to-be, Lizzie Moberley.
She is beautiful, clever and sent from heaven on mission impossible" Screenwriter Jeremy Lloyd, 83, on his bride-to-be, Lizzie Moberley.
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Your body's a battleground," said the Doctor after Catherine Tate's bride-to-be character Donna was beamed into the Tardis.
ROD STEWART and bride-to-be Penny Lancaster show off her sparkling pounds 50,000 three-carat diamond ring on a night on the town to celebrate their engagement.
Now he's learned a vital lesson for life - never joke with a bride-to-be, they no longer have a sense of humour.