from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person recently married.
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- n. A recently married person
- adj. recently married
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- n. someone recently married
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But the term newlywed isn't quite accurate, so Diane Harris, 71, coined a new one.
At the Sheraton, Abdullah recalls a newlywed couple scrambling out of their honeymoon suite, wrapped only in bedsheets, when the hotel and the next-door Palestine Hotel were attacked in a suicide bombing in 2005.
Aww, people say that two years are the "newlywed" phase- but we've been married for a little over six years and still feel like newlyweds!
In response, they recruited four "newlywed" couples, all married five years or less to contribute to the day by giving little presentations on some of the challenges early marriage presented.
Although married women overall slept more soundly than unmarried women, the researchers, from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, did identify a "newlywed" effect.
An early semi-autobiographical "newlywed" comic is a real treat.
The first anniversary may mark the official move away from 'newlywed', but Mr. JM and I are newlyweds through and through in behavior - especially when it comes to us being separated in any way.
Hollywood Squares) and their wives serving as the "newlywed" contestants.
Do you think the mangaka would ever show the fate of a pregnant woman or newlywed in that manga?
The story revolves around David Sacker, a CIA agent and newlywed, who gets pushed into a major tiff with Homeland Security after a bomber explodes the building he worked in.