bride : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a woman who has recently been married
- n Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)
- n a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony
- The trial will judge one of their most sacred rites: bride prices.
- Diana: Life of a Princess From a shy bride to a passionate campaigner, the Princess of Wales didn't just transform herself -- she changed a country.
- Many a bride and groom have decided to elope rather than put their feuding relatives or their families' latest love interests in the same room.
- Mr Blackwell in International Herald Tribune
From Streep you could weep,Blackwell said. "Her beauty of a career cannot be denied, but that beast of a wardrobe is pure mother of the bride."
- Michael Bloomberg in guardian.co.uk
There are no winners in a trial like this,Bloomberg said in a statement. "An innocent man lost his life, a bride lost her groom, two daughters lost their father, and a mother and a father lost their son. No verdict could ever end the grief...
- Nicole Richie in ABC News
I am not sure who is luckier, Nicole and Joel to have each other, or me, to have both of them in my life,Richie told People magazine Tuesday. "I cannot wait to give away the bride!"