Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of fiancee.
  • n. Alternative spelling of fiancées.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When one of the women, through being indiscrete with a friend in spite of cautions, discovered there were several "fiancees", she did not sue -- rightly thinking she had been a fool.

    prairiemary

  • And speaking of Oprah, she finally went to Australia in TV time she took the trip in December in real life to weep, to laugh, to sing about koalas, to arrange for nice young men to propose to their fiancees underwater and to have a holy moment of silence and camera darkness at the foot of Uluru.

    Regis, like Oprah, signs off

  • HOUSTON -- A man who claimed he was a Navy SEAL, married seven women and had three fiancees changed his plea on a charge of tampering with a government ...

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Sierra, THAT RIGHT THERE is why we are having a torrid affair despite my primary commitments as one of Le R. 's many worthy fiancees.

    Stuff We Did This Weekend

  • I will donate my room to you and your support team (and any of your fiancees) and fight for a couch with my "temporary" house guests (unfortunate loophole -- six months may still be viewed as temporary -- FYI).

    Special Guest Post: KARL MAKES BIRTHDAY ANNOUNCEMENT EXCELLENCE O TINY ONES

  • His hyper-imaginative reworkings of his drab life in a Yorkshire town get him into scrapes of escalating severity (two fiancees, one ring, an empty petty cash tin and two missing brass coffin plates).

    Billy Liar

  • And, except for Roberts as Herring, we don't meet any of Wilson's many and various girlfriends and fiancees.

    Lance Mannion:

  • And Lara Bingle is surely simply the fiancee of Clarke, not the 'bikini-model fiancee' unless Clarke has other fiancees who aren't bikini models?

    Wait a second, who is the villain in this piece?

  • No, she had seen her share of the style of girl he would associate with, in the fiancees of her fellow students; wealthy, beautiful, schooled in the proper manners and life of a lady of the upper crust and often enough without a thought in their heads beyond the latest mode.

    red dust

  • She'd noticed that men with silly fiancees or wives didn't spend much time in their company.

    red dust

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