His fiancee wished it (this lady was his fiancee), and her parents had advised them to take some rolls to the prisoners.
John Doane's name was never mentioned in his fiancee's presence.
I listened very quietly, waiting to learn my fiancee's attitude.
She had intimated that he was a coward in not seeing his fiancee and telling her the truth.
But the more I look at you the more uneasy I feel as to what my fiancee of to-morrow may be like.
June was the portion of Bosinney, who was placed between Irene and his fiancee.
He was there but a little while before he sent for his fiancee, Miss Beck, then the general manager's stenographer.
What right had that detestable Talbrun to take notice of any girl but his fiancee?
I have informed my fiancee of your design of coming to Yalta in order to cut her out a little.
"Onything that'll gie us a rest," said Duffy, soothing his fiancee.
"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."