bridegroom

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bridegroom

A man newly married, or about to be.
References in classic literature ?
Too bad the breakfast is at old Catherine's," the bridegroom could fancy Reggie Chivers saying.
breathed the best man excitedly; but the bridegroom knew better.
Archer said--and suddenly the same black abyss yawned before him and he felt himself sinking into it, deeper and deeper, while his voice rambled on smoothly and cheerfully: "Yes, of course I thought I'd lost the ring; no wedding would be complete if the poor devil of a bridegroom didn't go through that.
The bridegroom was expected at the church while he was pacing up and down his room like a wild beast in a cage, peeping out into the corridor, and with horror and despair recalling what absurd things he had said to Kitty and what she might be thinking now.
The bridegroom did not keep us waiting long,--I noticed that he had a rather delicate sad face,--and presently the service began.
Suddenly, with a sob, the bridegroom covered his face with his hands, and crying, "I cannot
Immediately after, the footsteps of the bridegroom and his friends were heard at the door.
I am expecting my bridegroom to come into the church, with my first two husbands for groomsmen
Her youthful friends stood apart, shuddering at the mourners, the shrouded bridegroom, and herself; the whole scene expressed, by the strongest imagery, the vain struggle of the gilded vanities of this world, when opposed to age, infirmity, sorrow, and death.
But now, let young and old declare, which of us has come hither without a wedding garment, the bridegroom or the bride
With a long and deep regard, the bridegroom looked into her eyes, while a tear was gathering in his own.
The bride and bridegroom are going to Germany and the Tyrol, on their way to Italy.