Entry from British & World English dictionary
A short break spent together by a newly married couple, typically in advance of a longer holiday to be taken at a later date: the couple stayed at Belhurst Castle for their minimoon and are planning a trip to Europe this spring
More example sentences
- The morning after, on the way to our minimoon, I put on the CD of Holly Cole singing I Want You and bawled my eyes out.
- We're on our minimoon in Las Vegas for Thanksgiving.
- Couples taking so-called minimoons this year will head to the Indian Ocean, according to one expert.
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