Definition of 'bridal'
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The idea is to do bridal gowns and other beautiful outfits. The Sun (2012)No wonder it goes in bridal bouquets. Times, Sunday Times (2007)With the introduction of our new bridal collection all that is set to change. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She has constantly got bridal magazines out and keeps looking at houses online. The Sun (2016)The bridal party was at my house with my wife. The Sun (2012)The bride was dressed in a mini bridal gown. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was ivory and her bridal bouquet was made up of red roses. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He apologised in the dock to the bridal party. The Sun (2015)But she said staff at a boutique bridal shop told her they did not stock any large enough. The Sun (2012)Today we feel the pressure to have our weddings look like the cover of a bridal magazine or movie set. Christianity Today (2000)Take the pages on bridal bouquets. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The prize includes a stunning wedding venue, banquet and accommodation for the bridal party. The Sun (2014)I was bullied at a young age for my weight and being in these bridal shops brought back all that. The Sun (2015)Her services as a VIP wedding guest are advertised in a bridal magazine. The Sun (2011)The bridal couple sent the guest an invitation to an expensive meal - and with it a list of things they needed to furnish their lifestyles. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She says: 'Most brides spend hours trailing around bridal shops looking for the perfect wedding dress. The Sun (2013)In time-honoured fashion, the guests now threw rice and tokens of good luck at the bridal couple. Consuelo & Alva: Love and Power in the Gilded Age (2005)After the ceremony the bridal couple went into the hall of mirrors, where guests were presented to the Empress. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It took just one appointment at a bridal shop to make me realise I'm not cut out for this. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'bridal'
British English: bridal ADJECTIVE
Bridal is used to describe something that belongs or relates to a bride, or to both a bride and her bridegroom.
She wore a floor length bridal gown.
Definition of bridal from the Collins English Dictionary
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