elopement elopement


  • (n) the act of running away with a lover (usually to get married)


  1. The groom's 1927 elopement marriage to Helen Carroll Baines, daughter of a Pennsylvania Railroad vice president, was annulled.
  2. As reports of the elopement proliferated, Sarkozy began refusing to confirm or deny the rumors.
  3. Traveling afar on the wedding day used to mean one of two things: elopement or honeymoon.


  • The To-Fug List

    Well, I know the hacky joke I can make: “ Her to-do list reads, “Buy a new dress. ZING.” But really, this does feel like the fruits of a desperate Vegas shopping spree to find an elopement dress.
    on July 25, 2013     Source: Go Fug Yourself


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