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bridesmaid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbridesmaidbrides‧maid /ˈbraɪdzmeɪd/ ●●○ noun [countable]  MARRYa girl or woman, usually unmarried, who helps a bride on her wedding day and is with her at the wedding best man
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bridesmaidAs for my powder blue, double-knit polyester bridesmaid dress and floppy hat, I left them behind this time.We save our Halloween costumes, as well as old scarves, bridesmaid outfits, and the like.Together, accompanied by the bridesmaids, they return to the bridegroom's house for the wedding and the celebrations that follow.The bridesmaid eventually turned up with a tale as long as her arm as to why, which nobody listened to.My three sisters were bridesmaids for me.Long or short, silk or satin, Wendys will have the designer dress for you and your bridesmaids.
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