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  • adj. Recently married.


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  • If you don't have the time to watch this Caps Newlywed Game video, featuring one newlywedded Cap, one oldlywedded Cap, and one guy who's engaged, I will provide highlights.

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  • Jessica Simpson DVDs officially split up: rumours have been circulating all year about trouble in their cosy little newlywedded paradise.

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  • That night a grand banquet was given in celebration of the Princess’s wedding to Hoori no Mikoto, and the newlywedded couple lived happily together in the palace for the next three years.

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  • The typical newlywedded couple moves into the home of the groom’s parents.

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  • Festivities continued for several days, and the following Saturday special hymns were inserted in the service in honor of the newlywedded couple. [


  • "I brought the clothes myself," replied Mopsus, "and packed them in a beautiful chest inlaid with ivory, like those newlywedded youths receive with the bridal dowry.

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