Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of bridal.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Those similarities are not confined to horse bridals.

    What Does Sarah Palin Have in Common with Bowling, Booze and the GOP?

  • Anyhoo, weddings, bridals and engagement sessions are to make up a significant percentage of her business, according to the business plan.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • I have been wanting to do some kind of emotional mapping for myself to learn and assess how I can better live my life. can other women relate? or is this just mindless self indulgence? mostly i am looking forward to photographing when i want to tear my face off in class during painful critiques of photos of babies, bridals, or engagements.

    emotional map

  • Baron of Bradwardine, with whom bridals, christenings, and funerals were festivals of high and solemn import, felt a little hurt that, including the family of the Duchran and all the immediate vicinity who had title to be present on such an occasion, there could not be above thirty persons collected.

    Waverley

  • The bridals were celebrated in a manner becoming the wealth and connections of the parties; and Sir Robert and Lady Ardagh left

    The Purcell Papers

  • For all his old age, and his one arm, and his blind eyes, he must die the death and be murdered, in order to light the gay bridals and other merry-makings of men, and also to illuminate the solemn churches that preach unconditional inoffensiveness by all to all.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • Nostalgically, they roared out the time-honored phallic jokes remembered from their family bridals.

    Funeral Games

  • Harl has said that there is old trouble between him and Herrel, and since the bridals it has grown worse.

    Year of the Unicorn

  • Aphrodite, as she has nothing to do with warlike affairs, is despatched by Zeus to marriages and bridals.

    Plutarch's Morals

  • One of my dear sisters was there seen in her bridals robes, pure and sweet.

    A Biographical Sketch of the Life and Character of Joseph Charless In a Series of Letters to his Grandchildren

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