Definition of 'newlywed'
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Staff pushed another bed in the room to let the newlyweds spend their wedding night together. The Sun (2013)The newlywed young couple viewing the property are stretched to their financial limit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their combined age of 179 means they beat the previous oldest newlyweds by two years. The Sun (2008)After that, the newlyweds will then move on to a second island for their honeymoon before returning home as man and wife. The Sun (2009)A British couple have been named as the world's oldest newlyweds. Times, Sunday Times (2015)From a GP and a housewife to newlyweds and old school friends, these contestants will be tasked with disappearing completely for five weeks. The Sun (2015)
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