bridemaid

bridemaid

(ˈbraɪdˌmeɪd) or

bridemaiden

n
obsolete a bridesmaid
References in classic literature ?
"Look, look!" screamed the bridemaid. "What is here?
Thus tossing to and fro, they might have been fancifully compared to a splendid bunch of flowers, suddenly shaken by a puff of wind, which threatened to scatter the leaves of an old, brown, withered rose, on the same stalk with two dewy buds,--such being the emblem of the widow between her fair young bridemaids. But her heroism was admirable.
The widow looked down the aisle, and clinched the arm of one of her bridemaids in her bony hand with such unconscious violence, that the fair girl trembled.
But he was a very personable young man; and so thought the bridemaids and Miss Betsey herself.
The Cargo Movers settled for bridemaid finishes since, losing the 2017 and 2018 All-Filipino Finals to the Petron Blaze Spikers.
Come on, you will find a lot of nice robes for your bridemaid.
Barca's efforts only landed them bridemaid finishes in the La Liga and the Copa del Rey, while getting booted out of the Champions League relatively early, when eventual second-placers Atletico Madrid bettered them with a 2-1 aggregate win.
Is known as the 'The BridesMaid's Store' as they carry a very large selection of Bridemaid's dresses.
From handling being a long-distance bridesmaid and influencing dress choice and costs to ceremony etiquette for bride and groom and rehearsal alike, THE BRIDESMAID HANDBOOK is particularly valuable because many will only be a bridemaid only once.
Vallestero went home with the Most Stolen Bases trophy as The Lady Bulldogs settled for another bridemaid finish.
Morag Cobourne, area manager for Weight Watchers in the Black Country and West Birmingham, said that Lynn's sister had asked her to be a bridemaid over a year ago.