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  • n. wedding dress

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a gown worn by the bride at a wedding


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  • We take the pictures back to the workroom to study them and talk about our options, but just as we’re fanning them out on the table, the door bangs open and a distressed-looking JoLynn rushes in with a poufy wedding gown cradled over her arms.

    Disenchanted Princess

  • Wearing her mother’s beautiful wedding gown and surrounded by everyone she loved, Maddy stood beside William in the center of River Run’s large gazebo, the two of them facing Father Daar.

    Dragon Warrior

  • The wedding gown alone cost every kopeck of fifty rubles, as the tailor's wife reported all over Polotzk.

    The Promised Land

  • I remembered last May, watching Linda Bish walk gingerly up those slippery steps in an actual wedding gown given her by an aunt who ended up having only boys, so who was she going to hand it down to?

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Alma wore a three-quarter-sleeved, empire-waisted, floor-length ivory wedding gown with a modest reverse neckline fastened with five large pearl-shaped buttons, lovingly done by Freda Minx, complete with a short-sweep train that moved fluidly with her every step.

    Red Hats


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