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affiancing

See definition of affiancing on Dictionary.com
  • as inbetrothal
  • as inespousal
  • as inpromise
  • as inbetroth
  • as inengage

synonyms for affiancing

  • engagement
  • espousal
  • plight
  • promise
  • troth
  • vow
  • nuptials
  • matrimony
  • betrothal
  • marriage
  • bridal
  • troth
  • nuptial
  • spousal
  • banns
  • marriage ceremony
  • wedding ceremony
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antonyms for affiancing

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  • break
  • divorce
  • separation
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How to use affiancing in a sentence

Then they feasted, with unearthly servitors to attend them, and did all else appropriate to an affiancing of deities.
FIGURES OF EARTHJAMES BRANCH CABELL
The famous affiancing in New York of a coachman with the daughter of the millionaire who employed him did not turn out well.
AROUND THE TEA-TABLET. DE WITT TALMAGE
On the following day the affiancing, of which this entertainment had been the prelude, took place with great solemnity.
THE LIFE OF MARIE DE MEDICIS, VOL. 1 (OF 3)JULIA PARDOE
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WORDS RELATED TO AFFIANCING

  • affiancing
  • engagement
  • espousal
  • plight
  • promise
  • troth
  • vow
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.