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matron of honour

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Definition of matron of honour in English:

noun

A married woman attending the bride at a wedding.
Example sentences
  • We have the clothes, food, a best man, a matron of honor and now flowers.
  • The order of entrance is as follows: parents of the bride, parents of the groom, ushers with bridesmaids, flower girl and ring bearer, special guests, best man, maid / matron of honor, bride and groom.
  • I'd chosen two of my nieces as bridesmaids and my best friend in the whole world as my matron of honour.

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