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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbridalbrid‧al /ˈbraɪdl/ adjective [only before noun]  MARRYrelating to a wedding or a woman who is getting marriedbride a bridal gown
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bridalLuck, however, was not there when the bridal car broke down on its way to collect the bride.She went to House of Design, a new Boston bridal house specializing in couture-quality gowns.Then more calls, including some from the editors of bridal magazines themselves.Take time to plan your bridal outfit, but don't forget the groom.On the bridal pages care was exercised to disperse pictures of black brides.Another face with its bridal train of hair.St Agatha was lifted from the sofa and stationed at the window in a bridal veil, to the electrification of passers-by.
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