wedding guest

NOUN
  1. a guest at a wedding
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How To Use wedding guest In A Sentence

  • The first distant wolf howl does not drown the tinkle of the sleigh-bells or the laughter of the wedding guests.
  • The wedding guests at Cana celebrated with wine that had aged, and rejoiced in its fine quality.
  • I was in the middle of ordering a very expensive round of gins and tonics when I was nobbled by one of the wedding guests at the bar.
  • Her services as a VIP wedding guest are advertised in a bridal magazine. The Sun
  • In their slick tuxedoed coats, they could almost be a column of wedding guests stranded in the snow, until they drop down and start belly surfing across the icy wasteland.
  • It's in the way of nature, my dear," he said and upon his shoulder she wept, the wagon waiting, the driver munching; and on the fence and in the trees the birds that had been wedding guests were singing, having come down from the vine-knob to carrol them a good-bye. The Starbucks
  • Christ Church, some of those who were present as wedding guests were again convened to tender the last offices to the brilliant and popular Oldtown Folks
  • Then melady and I constructed a thing to avoid the need for continual communication with upcoming wedding guests.
  • After the wedding ceremony the guests made a sightseeing tour around the charming spa Ciechocinek: the bride and the groom in the coach and the wedding guests in the horse wagon and the britzkas.
  • Traditionalists argue that the so-called nonconformist has become the boring norm, and that the nominee or wedding guest who respects the rules has as many ways of expressing his individuality as the one who flouts them. Men In Black
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