- n. Plural form of honeymooner.
“Only special-edition bottles trade for $1,000 or more, such as one once given to honeymooners, which is shaped like the Dutch royal palace, and another portraying the 17th century Cheese Weighing House in Gouda.”
“ Great tourist attraction known as a honeymooners resort.”
“But the honeymooners are the best -- the solicitous young bridegrooms from”
“Even honeymooners who used to dread the language factor of a romantic stay in Paris can now add “speaking with French people” to their list of trip highlights.”
“Since the Mail on Sunday story, internships – who gets them, whether they should be paid, whether they hinder social mobility – have become a significant British political issue: dividing the erstwhile Downing Street honeymooners Nick Clegg and David Cameron, and fascinating a media in which well-connected twentysomethings on work experience, sometimes frighteningly eager, sometimes staring out of the window, are increasingly ubiquitous.”
“Take a look at this one of honeymooners from 1905.”
“He's tied a Hansom cab to his belt and run honeymooners around Central Park.”
“What's more, many lines and even some individual ships are tailored toward specific audiences, including families with kids, singles, honeymooners, seniors, gays and lesbians, etc.”
“They're the ones you lean on, support each other's careers, and tell your darkest secrets to -- all the things our parents shared as young honeymooners.”
“They had rented mopeds and gone to a French restaurant out in the country for dinner, then sat through a show by Calvin the Calypso King who kept singing what he thought were romantic songs to put the honeymooners in the mood.”
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