wedding dress

NOUN
  1. a gown worn by the bride at a wedding
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How To Use wedding dress In A Sentence

  • The bride is wearing a wedding dress made of lace.
  • Remind me never to buy a wedding dress where the description includes the terms “slub” and “raw dege”. Regretsy – I Don’t
  • We set off in quest of the perfect wedding dress.
  • The months spent poring over bridal magazines, traipsing through wedding dress shops, visiting caterers and choosing stationery can take their toll.
  • She had made my wedding dress and sewn sequins onto a secondhand hat.
  • She had a sudden mental image of herself in a wedding dress.
  • She had a sudden mental image of herself in a wedding dress.
  • Yet these were the years that most intrigued me; as I continued my research, I found out she may have had a broken romance with Prince Leopold of England but ended up marrying another man (while wearing a diamond brooch from the Prince on her wedding dress); as a mother, she suffered heartbreak during A Note about Alice I Have Been by author Melanie Benjamin
  • And there's always something; the pattern calls for six yards of 60" wide wool, without nap, and you have five yards of 60" wide wool, with nap; there's not enough material for one of the sleeves; the material ravels as soon as you cut into it; you burn a hole in the bodice of the wedding dress two days before the wedding ... there's always something, and it's almost always salvageable. Necessity gets a card from Invention round about May every year - A Dress A Day
  • I must have been a sight in my blood stained wedding dress and shoes that were still oddly contorted from the crash.
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