nuptials

[ nuhp-shuh l, -chuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF nuptials

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It was the peculiarity of the nuptials that they were all Bride.

But the clap of thunder came on the very night of the nuptials.

The nuptials were at hand, the trumpet blasts of the roses announced them.

Then return in ten days' time to Urbino, and all shall be ready for the nuptials.

Their nuptials were blessed with but one child, Jeanne d'Albret.

Their nuptials were to be celebrated with great magnificence.

Their nuptials were almost as celebrated as those of Peleus and Thetis.

"I was in London fixing the preliminaries of your nuptials," he said sarcastically.

Shortly after the nuptials, the Eagle said, "Fly off and bring me back the ostrich you promised me."

The ketubah was the document of a "gift on account of nuptials to be celebrated."

WORD ORIGIN

"marriage, wedding," 1550s, plural of nuptial.

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