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noun as in bride

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noun as in bridegroom

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That means that as newlyweds we also operated a new business in a completely new industry while being quarantined at home.

The newlyweds lived in a conversion van and routinely set up at campsites around Moab, Utah, where they both worked.

The newlyweds were van lifers well acquainted with the Moab area.

Once the fire — which was caused by a chimney failure — was under control and it was clear that no one was hurt, the newlyweds decided to take a walk alone.

Muneer and Saeedah are newlyweds who have ventured from Jiddah to pursue degrees in 1970s Cleveland.

Early this year, Brittany Maynard, a vibrant and active 29-year-old newlywed, began getting debilitating headaches.

Not well enough to succeed at Jimmy Kimmel's play on The Newlywed Game—or save each other from a sinking boat.

Todd, a newlywed herself, said she expects to be watching it on television, just like everyone else.

Mrs. Newlywed (on her first day's shopping): "I want two pieces of steak and—and about half a pint of gravy."

Mrs. Newlywed: "What does that inscription mean on that ring you gave me, Archie?"


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to newlywed, such as: bride-to-be, fiancée, newly married woman, spouse, wife, and helpmate.

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