Definitions

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  • n. A party held for a woman who is about to be married.

Etymologies

stag +‎ -ette, from stag night. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Me: "This is like the worst stagette you've ever seen."

    Liveblogging WrestleMania 25

  • I think it was supposed to be the cake for the stagette!

    Wedding Day Jitterbugs

  • Although the first stagette was a camping weekend so that was really low key and fun.

    Wedding Parties

  • I'd wanted to do that for my stagette ever since organising a friend's a few years earlier, we just had sooooo much fun.

    Wedding Parties

  • Does the idea of even throwing the words “etiquette” and “stag or stagette party” in the same sentence strike you as oxymoronic?

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  • It was supposed to be for a girls night out stagette --- though not really a stagette ... anyway.

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • A great story from Accordion Guy's archive is that of the time he played a stagette.

    UFies.org: August 2003 Archives

  • BUT: wanna come over and do crafts tonight? and dude, you are TOTALLY welcome to come to the stagette on saturday if you need a girls night out!

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • It's one of those rare rooms that strikes a comfortable balance, making it suitable not just for families, but also for large groups, casual dates and tiara-wearing stagette parties like the one that rolled in the night we were there.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Other international equivalents include the French "enterrement de vie de jeune fille" and the Canadian stagette.

    BBC News - Home

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