wedding gift

NOUN
  1. a present given to someone getting married
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How To Use wedding gift In A Sentence

  • (I wish you and I could get into Hafiz's wedding gift with our three portable kaf replicators and all and just go away somewhere quiet to do this,) she told Aari. Massage
  • The one weekend of that month that I am not working, my parents deliver a carload of our wedding gifts to us from Buffalo. Between Expectations
  • This was Nahum's wedding gift to his bride.
  • The toasts were made, the wedding gifts presented, and finally we dined.
  • It's like a giant inappropriate and unreturnable wedding gift. Nathan Englander - An interview with author
  • Italian marriage chests, or cassoni, were usually made in pairs and given as wedding gifts to the bride and groom.
  • Wedding gift lists ought to be no more than suggestions, and a means of avoiding duplication, not a catalogue of fixed requirements. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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.
  • My FIL made the stained glass ark, I painted the other one, the silver one was a wedding gift from my younger sister and the brass one was bought as it reminds me of my parents’ chanukiah. Ten Things Tuesday: Chanukah « The Life and Times of Organic Mama
  • The cargoes are my wedding gifts and dowry, so to speak, only because she fears us. The Towers of the Sunset
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