One spring night four years ago my fiancée and I were at Carnegie Hall, listening to the Emerson String Quartet play Beethoven.
In Johnstown, Pa., Jason Deaver and his fiancée arrived at their polling station wearing Veterans for Obama T-shirts.
Mraz told The Daily Beast exclusively that he'd recently split up with his fiancée, 29-year-old singer Tristan Prettyman.
His fiancée, Natasha Folley, says she and the children are happy that Payne is back.
The subject of his fiancée is not one Sanford offers or hides.
The girls in France were always talking of heart affairs, and asking if you were fiancée.
Give me permission to discuss the matter with your fiancée (or fiancé).
Older ladies are often thoughtless and say to a young man: "Bring your fiancée to see me!"
Whoever heard of a bridegroom paying for his fiancée's farewell?
"The Falls is full of meaning for lovers," said Joey Beall's fiancée, sentimentally.
"woman to whom one is betrothed," 1853, from French fianceé, fem. of fiancé, past participle of fiancer "to betroth," from fiance "a promise, trust," from fier "to trust," from Vulgar Latin *fidare (see affiance). Has all but expelled native betrothed. The verb fiance, now obsolete, was used c.1450-1600 for "to engage to be married."