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  • n. Alternative spelling of fiancée.


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  • When I walked into the meeting I was greeted by her fiancee -- well actually I think the term fiancee refers to an engaged woman but this was the man Samantha is engaged to be married to -- and two Herd volunteers dressed in Herd T-Shirts.

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  • On the +1 thing: My boyfriend proposed last week, and has now taken to telling our friends (who know how much of nerds we are) that a fiancee is a +1 girlfriend.

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  • First, I assume you are using conventional French gender-forms and your fiancee is a woman.

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  • Soft Skull Press has been subject to three copyright and trademark cease-and-desist letters (one from an AAP member) in the past two years, letters that I could only defend against because my fiancee is an intellectual property lawyer.

    - Boing Boing

  • I am loooking at new job possibilities in the San Diego area and my fiancee is a mexican national in the US.

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  • Elder, 52, saved a man, his small sister and his fiancee from the Sandy's deep and numbing snowmelt-fed water about 2 p.m.

    Fly Caster Catches Three Would-Be Drowning Victims

  • My fiancee is a teacher and asking anybody to donate sports memorabilia and cards for education programs TY?

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  • This year I've been lacking in time to get out there (my stomping grounds are 80 miles from my house) and my fiancee is tired of hearing about how bad I want to go shed hunting.

    Bad Juju Among the Shed Heads

  • Seamus, her fiancee is defending a corrupt politican (one who was involved in scams with Tony IIRC)

    Matthew Yglesias » The Unbanality of Evil

  • My fiancee is one of the Katrina refugees, better off than most because she's been able to go to a good law school (Berkeley, many many thanks to them for looking after her so well!) this term, was able to get out with some belongings before the storm hit, and has had a good support system to look after her this past term.

    call it murder


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