wedding march

NOUN
  1. a march to be played for a wedding procession
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How To Use wedding march In A Sentence

  • The pianist played the happy pair out with the wedding March.
  • The band struck up the wedding march.
  • Even more tragically, large numbers of early movies like the second part of the incomparable Wedding March (1928) have been lost through carelessness and the perishability of nitrate film (for further details see here). June 21st, 2009
  • The band struck up the wedding march.
  • The pianist played the happy pair out with the wedding March.
  • There were several incredulous gasps as some members of the audience recognized the lead-in to the Wedding March. DEATH IN FASHION
  • Were I meeting men of this caliber, I'd be head over heels, humming wedding marches and plucking the petals off of daisies in the classic, he loves me, he loves me not fashion.
  • The band struck up the wedding march.
  • You can see her wedding march in the waves alongside her new hubby and pals at our website. The Sun
  • As I progressed from envious onlooker at older girls’ weddings to bridesmaid—launching friends through the wedding march to star in white tulle at the altar—I welcomed the inevitability of a coupled future and its foreverness. Living Alone and Loving It
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