bridal : Definition, Usages, News and More

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b rahy duhl

  • n  archaic terms for a wedding or wedding feast
  • a  of or relating to a wedding
    bridal procession
  • a  of or pertaining to a bride
    bridal gown

  • The designer celebrated his 20th year in business Tuesday with a concise and painterly collection that included a patchworked bridal dress that harkened back to Lacroix's rustic .
  • Amid tremendous cheering the bridal party left the church, and on the doorstep Signor Mussolini, flushed even deeper than before, made a dramatic gesture.
  • A Tehran bridal shop employee checks the fit of a traditional hijab on a model which showcases a wedding dress.
News & Articles


  • Tracey Edmonds in San Francisco Chronicle
    Edmonds tells the October issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine that she envisions "a very intimate ceremony," adding, "My bridal party would be much smaller than my first wedding."
  • Terry Lundgren in BusinessWeek
    While the Bridal Group did not fit with Federated's strategy for focusing on the nationwide Macy's and Bloomingdale's brands, we do believe these businesses have a promising future under the ownership of Leonard Green and Men's Wearhouse,said...
  • Ray Hanania in
    We didn't have a bridal party. We had a UN peacekeeping force, right down the middle,says Ray Hanania, recalling his wedding day in a joke that roused laughter across Israel.

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