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newlyweds

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewlywedsnew‧ly‧weds /ˈnjuːliwedz $ ˈnuː-/ noun [plural]  MARRYa man and a woman who have recently marriednewlywed adjective
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newlywedsUpon learning that the rice thrown at newlyweds was meant to symbolize fertility, my fa-ther banned it from the wedding.You two being newlyweds, she just spun him around and aimed him at me.There is no special leave for newlyweds and no childcare provision.The hotel seemed to be full of newlyweds.As the newlyweds settled into the four-hour trip, the excitement of triumph over family disapproval receded.Following the 45-minute ceremony, the newlyweds will return to the castle for a brief and informal reception.And it will be champagne all the way for the newlyweds.Everyone left at about midnight, leaving the newlyweds alone at last.
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