Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A ring which is given by one of a married pair to the other on the occasion of their marriage, especially one given by the groom to the bride. It is usually a plain gold ring.
“Memories of Lana Rose were still fresh, while the wedding-ring indentation on his finger was now faint.”
“There," said he, putting a new wedding-ring upon the top of the pile.”
“I remember, in Richard Dawkins' documentaries on Darwin earlier in the year, Dawkins handling one of Darwin's notebooks with a reverence that could put many churchgoers to shame - I guess many of us seek some sort of relic, in different spheres; I keep my mother's wedding-ring on my bunch of keys.”
“Its platinum loops shrink to a wedding-ring, if you like.”
“In paradise every the desert wind is rising third thought in hell there are no thoughts is of earth sand screams against your government issued tent hell's noise in your nostrils crawl into your ear-shell wrap yourself in no-thought wait no place for the little lyric wedding-ring glint the reason why on earth they never told you”
“This wedding-ring, I ‘ll ne’er more lie with thee!”
“It may have started out as a wedding-ring pattern or starburst but now resembles an explosion of red, blue, green, plaid, polka dots, calico, and madras.”
“‘Then I advise you to order a new blue coat, and to buy a wedding-ring.’”
“It was the Fatal Marriage; and she was now come to that part where the poor distrest Isabella disposes of her wedding-ring.”
“He felt in his pocket for the wedding-ring, and instead of that, there were these three beads.”
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