bridegroom

[ brahyd-groom, -groo m ]SEE DEFINITION OF bridegroom

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The bridegroom regarded her with a face that was luminous of delight.

The bridegroom's frank and manly countenance was radiant with joy.

Is he not attired as becometh the bridegroom of the harlot of Rome?

They rested now upon the bride, now upon the bridegroom, now upon the faces of the rector and his curate.

The Major could only see four faces;--the faces of the bride and bridegroom, the rector, and his curate.

The bridegroom then addresses the bride; "Will you have me for your husband?"

Tribal custom requires the bridegroom to reside with the wife's family.

The bridegroom, however, serves his wife's mother, and he lives with her people.

The bridegroom is nevertheless obliged to pay the dowry demanded.

They were married by an aged clergyman, a relative of the bridegroom.

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groom

nounman being married
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