How To Use Newlywed In A Sentence

  • The groom's brother douses the newlyweds with flower petals at the end of the ceremony.
  • However, the very next day she was besieged with complaints from her disappointed newlyweds, and conceded the great wisdom needed for making a match that leads to a happy marriage.
  • (a newlywed in Much Ado About Nothing), spelled benedict or benedick, is a ` newly married man, in particular, one who had a long bachelorhood. ' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIII No 3
  • A fellow's salary is no princely sum, and in 1965 foreign holidays were still relatively unusual, so the newlyweds honeymooned in Suffolk for a week.
  • Meanwhile, a pair of Hampshire newlyweds who were honeymooning in the Maldives have assured their families they are safe and well.
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  • Chinese couples had stampeded to get hitched before the Year of the Horse started last week, spooked by a cosmological sign that the coming lunar year bodes ill for newlyweds.
  • And plan to fall in this one transition, catch shrimp to already began recruit newlywed person.
  • And plan to fall in this one transition, catch shrimp to already began recruit newlywed person.
  • The piper collaborated with a group of dhol drummers as the newlyweds entered the reception. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the aforementioned compositions do not capture the roughhewn joy of newlyweds, the married couple of fifty years, and those who have transitioned from tempestuous waters to calmer seas in matrimony. Andrew Wilkes: Appreciation For The 'Sacred Dance' Of Marriage
  • The newlyweds will be honeymooning in Italy, which has become one of their favourite destinations.
  • Apparently their society demanded a year long engagements, and this couple were newlyweds on their honeymoon.
  • Newlyweds normally have a present list that includes crockery and toasters, but a new alternative could see couples giving goat herds to poor countries as wedding gifts.
  • From a GP and a housewife to newlyweds and old school friends, these contestants will be tasked with disappearing completely for five weeks. The Sun
  • A newlywed couple spent their honeymoon carrying out two burglaries. Times, Sunday Times
  • Several witnesses swore our newlyweds had a sustained ashrieking argument just before the unspeakable happened.
  • A newlywed couple spent their honeymoon carrying out two burglaries. Times, Sunday Times
  • Afterward, the newlyweds were to cruise the Huangpu River in a luxury houseboat.
  • The reception was held at the Springhill Court Hotel and the newlyweds are honeymooning in Mexico.
  • With cameras tracking their every intimate just- married moment, these newlyweds have the hottest reality show on TV.
  • If they survived that, and the ceremony, the newlyweds were required to hold the winning tape for a race among villagers along the main street.
  • The newlywed young couple viewing the property are stretched to their financial limit. Times, Sunday Times
  • I know a newlywed couple who have sex less than once a month because of this - he doesn't respect her, she knows it, and she doesn't trust him, so she doesn't want to give herself to him.
  • Hours earlier, at 1.30am on Sunday morning, rescuers had followed cries for help to cabin No 838, where they found South Korean newlyweds Hye Jim Jeong and Kideok Han, who had chosen the Mediterranean cruise for their honeymoon, boarding at Civitavecchia less than three hours before the ship went aground. Italian cruise ship owners question captain's judgment
  • After the legally binding ceremony, the newlyweds live together for six weeks before deciding whether to stay married or divorce. The Sun
  • Nevertheless, it is customary for newlyweds to attend the local monastery later for a blessing and a simple ceremony in which texts are chanted.
  • A newlywed couple buy a creepy old house, which they hope to turn into their dream home. The Sun
  • Lavalais raised his glass to propose a toast to the newlyweds.
  • I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!
  • The newlyweds decided to conduct family planning for lack of a sound economic base.
  • Newlyweds cheerfully talk about their future plans during a romantic moment on deck during their honeymoon cruise.
  • It's rare that a move to the countryside turns out well in British movies, and so it goes here, as a newlywed couple's fresh, rural start is gatecrashed by the husband's brother Evans, a traumatised Afghanistan war veteran. This week's new films
  • THE royal newlyweds are expected to begin their honeymoon this week on a tropical island. The Sun
  • Entire lives are laid out with remarkable precision, in captivating prose: a screenwriter carries on a decades-long affair with a beautiful actress, whose descent into addiction he can neither turn from nor share; a bored husband picks up a mysterious woman only to find that his ego has led him woefully astray; a world-beating Silicon Valley executive receives an unwelcome guest at his mansion in the hills; a scuba dive guides uneasy newlyweds to a point of no return. Fun with Problems by Robert Stone: Book summary
  • The bride's formidable mother felt they had abandoned the wedding feast too early and summoned the newlyweds to return to the room. Times, Sunday Times
  • A newlywed husband found his wife and parents unconscious from carbon monoxide fumes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The hotel has a special discount rate for newlyweds.
  • A newlywed Blackpool couple have been left broken-hearted and out of pocket this week after French Police wrecked their romantic honeymoon plans.
  • She is represented in one of a pair of medallions containing portraits of the newlyweds, and also in the guise of her namesake and principal protectress, St Margaret of Antioch.
  • Newlyweds normally have a present list that includes crockery and toasters, but a new alternative could see couples giving goat herds to poor countries as wedding gifts.
  • To launch the project, Target held a sweepstakes for newlyweds through its gift registry service "Club Wedd."
  • As newlyweds in the 1940s, the couple had rented a small allotment and grown potatoes, cabbages and salad crops, to help enrich their restricted diet amid post-war rationing.
  • It became clear during the investigation that the attractive newlywed had been the subject of Wilson's obsessions.
  • There are some surprises, including a nude scene in the first episode for newlyweds Kel and Kath (Turner confesses to using a body double).
  • Lee has reasons to be a little neurotic, among them an alcoholic father, an overprotective mother and a shallow newlywed sister.
  • Their starter home: They may aspire to a normal and unroyal life, but the newlyweds 'home will be the grandest of any of Queen Elizabeth's offspring. When Sophie Weds Edward
  • But the newlyweds' marital bliss is shortlived! The Sun
  • The spurned woman shows up on the cruise as well, dogging the newlyweds' footsteps.
  • The clerical marriage fee, meanwhile, was apparently paid by newlyweds to get out of a church requirement for a three-day precoital waiting period.... Jus Prima Noctis
  • After we left, the newlyweds would slip off to an historic San Antonio hotel, carrying a ribboned picnic basket of champagne and pate and Brie and baguettes.
  • The newlyweds surprised guests with two first dances, having taken lessons. Times, Sunday Times
  • As for her first year of marriage, the star is still happily ensconced in a newlywed bubble. The Sun
  • A British couple have been named as the world's oldest newlyweds. Times, Sunday Times
  • The newlyweds then jetted off to Costa Rica for an active honeymoon of hiking, diving and exploring the rain forest.
  • The newlyweds surprised guests with two first dances, having taken lessons. Times, Sunday Times
  • The newlyweds will spend two weeks honeymooning in California.
  • The newlyweds surprised guests with two first dances, having taken lessons. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the newlyweds' marital bliss is shortlived! The Sun
  • Those newlyweds were still blissfully unaware blushes and butterflies turn into ritual and routine. Christianity Today
  • A newlywed couple spent their honeymoon carrying out two burglaries. Times, Sunday Times
  • Society generally prescribes where newlywed couples should live: In patrilocal cultures, they live with or near the husband's family; in matrilocal ones, with or near the wife's family.
  • I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!
  • Friends showed up one night to give them a chivaree - a raucous welcome afforded newlyweds. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • The newlyweds are wished every happiness and contentment in the years ahead.
  • If we're lucky, we may have someone in the family who makes the perfect cover-ups for the test of us: the wedding quilt for the newlyweds, the blanket for the new baby's layette.
  • I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!
  • The hotel has a special discount rate for newlyweds.
  • The bride celebrated her birthday the day after the ceremony, as the newlyweds jetted out for their honeymoon in the Maldives.
  • Those newlyweds were still blissfully unaware blushes and butterflies turn into ritual and routine. Christianity Today
  • Newlyweds can pick either a starter set of Wedgewood china or a crystal set of eight wine goblets and champagne flutes from Waterford, with a retail value of $440.
  • After that, the newlyweds will then move on to a second island for their honeymoon before returning home as man and wife. The Sun
  • I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!
  • When we learn of this "offstage" plot, we can think only less of him and less of Emma for the self-deluded conceit that lets him use her to taunt Jane: "Very luckymarrying as they did, upon an acquaintance formed only in a public place!" he gossips of the newlywed Eltons in terms that he knows Jane must take to heart; "They only knew each other, I think, a few weeks in Bath! Boxing Emma; or the Reader¬ís Dilemma at the Box Hill Games
  • The newlyweds decided to conduct family planning for lack of a sound economic base.
  • First the newlyweds had to flee their hired Rolls-Royce when it went up in flames.
  • An unflattering training photo made it look as though the newlywed Toon defender had piled on the pounds on honeymoon. The Sun
  • Other motorists also blow their horns in return to wish the newlyweds good luck.
  • The newlywed person accept bless from the eldership in the family.
  • I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!
  • Or, you can be like me, and get as close as possible to Buckingham Palace, where the royal newlyweds are expected to emerge for their first public kiss from the balcony. Lisa Mirza Grotts: Royal Boot Camp: 16 Days and Counting
  • Staff pushed another bed in the room to let the newlyweds spend their wedding night together. The Sun
  • As for her first year of marriage, the star is still happily ensconced in a newlywed bubble. The Sun
  • Regional Note: Shivaree is the most common American regional form of charivari, a French word meaning "a noisy mock serenade for newlyweds" and probably deriving in turn from a Late Latin word meaning "headache. The WELL: Sugaree
  • He blesses the newlyweds and tells the fairies to go through Athens and bless all the couples in love.
  • Their combined age of 179 means they beat the previous oldest newlyweds by two years. The Sun
  • The newlyweds surprised guests with two first dances, having taken lessons. Times, Sunday Times
  • The newlyweds celebrated their love by honeymooning in Amsterdam, Holland.
  • Congratulations to the newlyweds, who are honeymooning in Jasper.
  • I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!

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