Definition of Bridemen
1. brideman [n] - See also: brideman
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Literary usage of Bridemen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The wedding day in all ages and countries by Edward J. Wood (1869)
"... Benediction—Mass and Communion at Marriages—Tapers at Marriages—The Nuptial Kiss—Wine and Sops at Marriages— Bridesmaids and bridemen — True-love Knots ..."
2. The book of ready-made speeches by Book, Charles Hindley (1868)
"Speech of one of the bridemen in, Returning Thanks. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I rise for the purpose of acknowledging the toast of the ..."
3. A Rational Illustration of the Book of Common Prayer of the Church of by Charles Wheatly (1819)
"And that bridemen were in use among the Jews in our Saviour's time, is clear from St. John ... bridemen, §. 4. The remaining part of this rubric (which was ..."
4. An Exposition of the Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the by Andrew Fowler (1807)
"... or bridemen. Some traces of •which custom we fmd as old as Samson's time, whose wife was-delivered to his companion, (Judges xiv. ..."