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wedding day

noun
1.
the day of a wedding.
2.
the anniversary of a wedding.
Origin of wedding day
1545-1555
1545-55
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  • They had parted her from Love before the dawn of her wedding-day.

    Dainty's Cruel Rivals Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
  • Yet hold—I promised you 200 Louis on your wedding-day; here they are.

    The Lady of Lyons Edward Bulwer Lytton
  • I could see that on this side of my wedding-day there lay for him the chance that the disgrace might come at any moment.

    The Story of Bawn Katharine Tynan
  • On Felicity's wedding-day he had told Sylvia of his love, and they had become engaged.

    The Twelfth Hour Ada Leverson
  • So I kept my trouble to myself, and prayed that the weeks might pass quickly, and bring their wedding-day.

  • This is the pleasantest day that I have spent since your Highness's wedding-day.

    Gycia Lewis Morris
  • On his wedding-day he breaks in upon the feast with a message from the Tsar.

    The Russian Opera Rosa Newmarch
  • But think of my clothes in that pit, sir,—on my wedding-day.

    The Dragon of Wantley Owen Wister
  • Previous to the wedding-day the parents fasted during three days.

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