fiancée

[ fee-ahn-sey, fee-ahn-sey ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiancée
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My only acquaintance is with the fiancee, and I want you to introduce me.

Such was the view Kasatsky held of women, and that was how he regarded his fiancee.

John Doane's name was never mentioned in his fiancee's presence.

She had intimated that he was a coward in not seeing his fiancee and telling her the truth.

I suppose the man couldn't have been a relation, or even her fiancee?

Knowing that Foresta was Bud's fiancee he determined to look into the matter.

Evidently his fiancee had agreed to the pact for they were now man and wife.

The cold war enemy has kidnapped your fiancee and taken her to their motherland.

She was as he had known her almost as a child and later on as Prince Andrew's fiancee.

June was the portion of Bosinney, who was placed between Irene and his fiancee.

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