Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of wedding.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wedding.

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Examples

  • These diverse collections range from Ancestral Pueblo pottery to Katrina Thomas's photographs of ethnic weddings from the late 20th century.

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  • It was a lovely experience free from the tantrums that are common in weddings of human beings.

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  • According to this article in the Boston Herald, the newest trend in weddings is the * Man Shower*.

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  • It was a lovely experience free from the tantrums that are common in weddings of human beings.

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  • Through gazetteers, we can locate the changes of local customs through advocacy to Confucian ideology, for example, in weddings, festivals, and other ceremonies.

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  • Mountain weddings offer a change of pace, stunning settings, fresh …

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  • But far too often, the sparkling wine served at special functions, especially weddings, is bland at best and acrid at worst.

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  • But if gay men become some of the most flamboyant participants in weddings, will more of the vast majority of straight men who aren't metrosexuals just decide to skip the whole punishing process and stay single?

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  • When he didn't have time to do the photographic work himself, Russ hired Navy photographers to complete assignments in weddings and legal work.

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  • Me being only 17 and have never take it off through standing up in weddings, homecoming, and even my senior Prom, my dedication has been more than I knew I had in me.

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