- n a holiday taken by a newly married couple
- n the early (usually calm and harmonious) period of a relationship; business or political
- v spend a holiday after one's marriage
they plan to honeymoon in Hawai'i
- People who give and receive honeymoon gifts are part of an emerging demographic: so-called transumers, a mash-up of transient consumers, who prize collecting experiences .
- Golden Honeymoon (See front cover) This week, with the publication of her fiftieth book, Kathleen Norris celebrated the golden honeymoon of her marriage to her art, her.
- Jones offers a caveat to Obama's honeymoon ending: "However, falling below 50% would hardly mark a point of no return for Obama.
- Sol Campbell in The Press Association
I'm getting married on July 17,Campbell told the Scottish Sun. "But Neil's told me he's quite flexible, that if I need 10 days-two weeks honeymoon then he'll be fine with that."
- Peter Lai in International Herald Tribune
When I was on the honeymoon I finally sat down and tried to realize what we accomplished, and me personally. But it's still hard. I just think I'm going to realize that later on. When you look at your career, I'm going to say, 'Man, 2007, it was a... Tony Parker http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Parker&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFThjohEbZb5uOUvTxfynhblaclFw Forbes http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/07/17/ap3924268.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH5KbhsVMPW9HohaBdHXSOkcVE8Jw Jul 17, 2007
47930 64985 honeymoon After the honeymoon period of Obama wears off, people will realize the cruel reality of the economic slowdown and the credit crisis," Lai said.