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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bridally
Literary usage of Bridally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1897)
"... Diana forgot that she had kissed her, and this time pressed her lips, in a manner to convey the secret bridally. 'He has a lovely day. ..."
2. Letters of George Meredith by George Meredith (1912)
"... her Coronet has been too long withheld. She won it on the Westmoreland- Cumberland hills and fells. I shall rejoice to see you both wearing it bridally. ..."
3. Macready's Reminiscences, and Selections from His Diaries and Letters by William Charles Macready, Frederick Pollock (1875)
"... carriage I thought I knew, and immediately, as I passed, Malibran put her head out of the window and waved her hand to me. She seemed bridally attired. ..."
4. The Life and Letters of Margaret Junkin Preston by Elizabeth Preston Allan, Margaret Junkin Preston (1903)
"All were bridally attired, and the veil floated most becomingly over the mahogany shoulders of the bride. The hands of all were duly encased in white cotton ..."
5. Annals of the Early Caliphate: From Original Sources by William Muir (1883)
"0 Hashim! even now I see heaven opened, and black-eyed maidens, all bridally attired, clasping thee in their fond embrace !'' So, singing, and refreshing ..."
6. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1901)
"... Life's full throb over breathless and abased : Yet stand they, though impalpable the links, One, more one than the bridally embraced. ..."