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marriage ceremony

noun as in espousal

noun as in spousal

noun as in wedding

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Example Sentences

Pictures of her weeping during the marriage ceremony, and an awkward-lloking kiss, fanned the flames of the fire.

He again renewed his offer, and entreated her to allow the marriage ceremony at once to be performed by his brother the prior.

I knew they were married, I don't recall the marriage ceremony.

In short, this blow on the head was the legal marriage ceremony tout simple.

The Bishop accordingly opened his book and commenced the marriage ceremony, under circumstances so novel and so inauspicious.

The city Semhee employs four persons who can perform the marriage ceremony, two men and two women.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marriage ceremony, such as: banns, betrothal, bridal, marriage, matrimony, and nuptials.

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