wedding ring

  1. a ring (usually plain gold) given to the bride (and sometimes one is also given to the groom) at the wedding
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How To Use wedding ring In A Sentence

  • She peeled off her glove to reveal a wedding ring.
  • The Wooden Frock is from the Cinderella shelf of the library, the slipper here replaced by the more carnal symbol of a wedding ring.
  • With no money to go to Washington D.C. to audition, she had to choose between pawning her karaoke machine or her wedding ring.
  • If a wedding ring does not fit most people would get it adjusted. Times, Sunday Times
  • After my ex flew the coop, I tied my wedding ring to a helium balloon and let it loose in the wild blue yonder.
  • Bohemia: The groom gives the bride a rosary, a prayer book, a girdle with three keys (to guard her virtue), a fur cap, and a silver wedding ring.
  • Your wedding ring can be engraved with a personal inscription at no extra cost.
  • Its patented localizer is a pager-sized transceiver that in three years could be as small as a wedding ring and as ubiquitous as a barcode. Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » New localizers will track Marines in the field — and soon your kids
  • Martin Russell Crowe, professorial, mustachioed, monocled, wedding ring, looking up from an old volume of Hölderlin, pulling up his lederhosen: You have lost your "disquiet," which means you have found the way to your innermost, purest feminine essence. Philocrites: Martin & Hannah: The movie!
  • I know I am losing weight because my wedding ring and bands are very loose - so much so they are starting to bug me.
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