Word "BRIDE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)
Synonyms:
bridget, brigid, saint bride, saint bridget, saint brigid, st. bride, st. bridget, st. brigid

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a woman who has recently been married

Crossword Clues for BRIDE

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Clue Source Date
"I do" utterer Thomas Joseph 29 Aug 2022
One reaching across the aisle, perhaps New York Times 11 Aug 2022
'You may kiss the ___' USA Today 30 Jul 2022
Woman in white, perhaps Universal 15 Jul 2022
Ring bearer New York Times 07 Jul 2022
She's about to be married Irish Times Simplex 10 May 2022
Person in front of a train Wall Street Journal 19 Mar 2022
She's about to be married Irish Times Simplex 23 Feb 2022
Woman on a wedding cake Newsday 08 Feb 2022
Wedding day VIP LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2021
Aisle walker Thomas Joseph 30 Sep 2021
Aisle walker Thomas Joseph 04 Aug 2021
One with a train, maybe New York Times 12 Jun 2021
Wife-to-be The Sun Two Speed 04 Jun 2021
New union member to live free within The Sun Two Speed 04 Jun 2021
Wedding party? Wall Street Journal 29 Mar 2021
Bouquet thrower New York Times 10 Mar 2021
Kate Middleton, in 2011 Newsday 24 Jan 2021
35-Down's partner at the altar USA Today 27 Oct 2020
Marriage partner The Guardian Speedy 27 Sep 2020
Wedding suit wearer, perhaps USA Today 14 Aug 2020
One might purchase a train Universal 03 Mar 2020
One of two on some wedding cakes
One of two on some wedding cakes New York Times 03 Dec 2019
Woman getting wed The Telegraph Quick 31 Oct 2019
Woman on her wedding day The Times Concise 26 Oct 2019
... unlike this person, enjoying it? The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Aug 2019
Bouquet tosser USA Today 20 Aug 2019
New wife for Irish saint The Sun Two Speed 11 Aug 2019
Wife of groom The Telegraph Quick 14 Jun 2019
Wedding party LA Times Daily 05 May 2019
Wedding party The Washington Post 05 May 2019
Wedding VIP Eugene Sheffer 26 Feb 2019
New union member to travel on bus initially The Sun Two Speed 31 Jan 2019
'I do' utterer Thomas Joseph 28 Jan 2019
Bouquet tosser
Wedding party
Wedding figure Newsday 25 Nov 2018
One in union to travel on bike at first The Sun Two Speed 16 Nov 2018
'I do' sayer USA Today 04 Nov 2018
Bouquet tosser Newsday 17 Jun 2018
She's just married Irish Times Simplex 17 May 2018
"I do" lady Universal 24 Apr 2018
Wedding party? Premier Sunday 08 Apr 2018
Wedding cake figure Newsday 25 Mar 2018
Certain new spouse Newsday 08 Mar 2018
Wedding-cake figurine Newsday 21 Feb 2018
One joining a union? New York Times 01 Feb 2018
Groom's partner Premier Sunday 14 Jan 2018
One in a veil Premier Sunday 07 Jan 2018
A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her The Times Specialist Sunday 07 Jan 2018
One joining a union?
"I do" sayer
"I do" lady
Union woman to stay round top of road The Sun Two Speed 15 Dec 2017
Groom's partner The Sun Two Speed 15 Dec 2017
Union member? Wall Street Journal 19 Oct 2017
One joining a union? The Washington Post Sunday 24 Sep 2017
Figurine on many a wedding cake New York Times 13 Sep 2017
Woman on a wedding cake Newsday 05 Sep 2017
Female at match to bristle, getting left out The Telegraph Cryptic 05 May 2017
Figurine on many a wedding cake
One on the aisle Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2016
She's about to be married Irish Times Simplex 18 Oct 2016
One in front of a train New York Times 11 Sep 2016
She's just about to be married Irish Times Simplex 20 Aug 2016
Vow taker Newsday 31 Jul 2016
Train puller LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2016
Second-class travel for new wife The Sun Two Speed 02 Feb 2016
New wife for Irish saint The Times Cryptic 18 Jan 2016
One in front of a train
She has reached match point The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Dec 2015
Groom's partner Thomas Joseph 14 Dec 2015
Second-class travel for woman in white? The Sun Two Speed 25 Nov 2015
Woman at her wedding The Telegraph Quick 18 Sep 2015
Groom's counterpart Premier Sunday 31 May 2015
Wedding party
Groom's counterpart
Miss in the past
Woman often followed by a train
Wedding sight
She may trail a train
Wedding party?
Figurine on a certain cake
Veil wearer
Name dropper, often?
Bouquet tosser
Groom's partner
"I knew the ___ when she used to rock and roll"
Bouquet tosser
Person at the front of the train
"I do" sayer
Bouquet tosser
One walking in front of a train
One walking in front of a train
Wedding cake figurine
Train trailer?
One given away by her father, often
One on the aisle
Diana Spencer, in 1981
"I do" sayer
One on the aisle?
Groom mate
Trousseau compiler
Groom mate
She's a newlywed
Groom's companion
Vow taker
Woman with a veil
One may be given away in a church
Bouquet tosser
Wedding woman
Wedding-cake figurine
Head of a train?
Veil wearer
Wedding belle
Wedding VIP
Newlywed
One in front of a train?
Member of a new union?
Wedding figure
Rice thrower's target
One who says 34-Down
Groom's companion
Woman in white
Wedding belle
Groom's mate
"I do" sayer
Union member?
Altar mate
Bouquet tosser
Mrs. Santa Claus, long ago
Honeymooner
One with a train
Frankenstein's second creation, in film
Union member?
Wedding party
Union member?
One in front of a train
One in front of a train
Person in front of a train
She's given away
Cake figurine
Nuptials principal
Altar ego
June in June
Groom preceder
Miss, once
A train may follow her
One given away
Marriage participant
Vow taker
Altar girl
June figure
Nuptials principal
June VIP
Woman in white often
Vision in white
"The Bartered __"
Aisle figure
June celebrant
Needlework loop
She should be well groomed
June V.I.P.
She said "I do"
"The Bartered ___"
Honeymooner
She may have a train
Larson's "___ of the Far Side"
The __ of Frankenstein
"The ___ of Lammermoor"
June walker
Smetana heroine
Smetana's "The Bartered ___"
June V.I.P
"The ___ Wore Black," Truffaut film
Woman in white
Honeymooner
Groom's need
Of Lammermoor or Frankenstein
Altar-bound one
Very recent Mrs.
Smetana character
Aisle walker
Wedding-day V.I.P.
June figure.
Newlywed.
Member of the wedding.
Woman in white.
June phenomenon.
Lucy Ashton, for one.
Honeymooner.
"Father of the ___."
"___ of Lammermoor."
Elizabeth in November.
GI spouse.
Bonnet string.
What "Elsa" is in the third act.
Newly espoused woman.
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