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husband-to-be

noun as in betrothed

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In 1965 she met her husband-to-be in Cambridge, England, where she was studying English and he was enrolled at university.

They transferred her husband-to-be to a different trading desk and otherwise put no obstacles in the path of the relationship.

In this case the husband-to-be was the type that does not like work.

With a quick nod towards her husband-to-be, he demanded: "And where did you find him?"

Several of the young women of Eagle Pass had aided Sylvia in getting ready to meet her husband-to-be at the altar.

"Oh, sometime next month, I guess," said the proud husband-to-be.

Cherry looked admiringly, with all her heart in her eyes, at her husband-to-be; the other girls were impressed, too.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to husband-to-be, such as: affianced, affianced person, betrothed, engaged person, future mate, and groom-to-be.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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