bridesmaid : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an unmarried woman who attends the bride at a wedding

  • Rather than a wedding gown, Collins will wear a $200 ivory bridesmaid dress.
  • Both were born into powerful Northeastern familiesone of Bush's grandmothers was a bridesmaid to one of Dean's.
  • There were 26 groomsmen and bridesmaids, 700 guests (ranging from Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt to Marion Davies) at the nuptial Mass and 900 at the reception.
News & Articles


  • Ian Holloway in Times Online
    It's a whole new role for me and it's something I don't think I could turn down.,Holloway said. "I have been a manager for 11 years and I've always been the bridesmaid and never the bride. It's a challenge and I am not one to turn down a...
  • Andy Mill in
    I'm bummed out because I've been waiting for a phone call to tell me whether I'd be the first-ever best man and bridesmaid at the same event. It hasn't come yet,a sarcastic Mill told the Palm Beach Post, referring to the fact that he and...
  • Rachel Hunter in New Zealand Herald
    I'm in the process of picking out a dress,Hunter told People. "The scariest thing is picking out the bridesmaid dresses. You pick your best friends to be bridesmaids, but it is kind of a torture what you do to them. Everyone loves the...

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