Mr Right


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Mr Right

n
informal the man considered by a woman to be her perfect marriage partner

Mr. Right


n.
a man who is viewed as an ideal romantic partner or potential spouse (used with Miss, Mrs., or Ms. instead of Mr. when referring to a woman).
[1920–25]
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Why else would I find it so hard to meet Mr Right? Coleen says: PERHAPS deep down you are worried about being rejected, especially if you've struggled with self-confidence in the past.
"This will be the best travel guide for confused voyagers since the days of Columbus who lost his way and reached America instead of India," Mr Right said.
Lee is also giving it another try: will Ralph be his Mr Right? Or Mr Right Now?
If Mr Right is going to shell out PS15,000 on a stag do, he certainly is in no position to refuse you anything when it comes to the wedding, reception and honeymoon of your dreams.
Her engagement ring is dropped into a Salvation Army charity box and she spends the next 12 months looking for a Mr Right.
The actress recently said that she is looking forward to marriage but is yet to find Mr Right.
AFTER garnering accolades for her performance in the 2011- movie Delhi Belly , the bubbly and vivacious actress Shenaz Treasuryvala, returns to Bollywood with her upcoming film Main Aur Mr Right , where she plays the protagonist.
New Delhi, Feb 29 ( ANI ): Veena Malik has said that she would certainly get married on her upcoming reality show 'Swayamvar-Veena ka Vivah' if she finds her Mr Right among the contestants.
I think years ago women had to just put up with things but not these days - Amanda Versandi, 32, a barmaid, of Thornaby I think there's no such thing as Mr Right but there could be a Mr Right for each person.
Summary: Honesty is in such a short supply these days that a quest is now being made at the national level to explore its new deposits like natural gas, Mr Right told me spreading a newspaper on the table.
A BIG settling-versus-true love debate broke out this week over the claim by American author Lori Gottlieb that women who haven't found Mr Right by the time they hit 30 should settle for Mr Good Enough.