Definition of fiancée in English:

fiancée

Syllabification: fi·an·cée
Pronunciation: /ˌfēˌänˈsā
 
, fēˈänsā
 
/

noun

A woman who is engaged to be married: he went back to the valley to marry his fiancée
More example sentences
  • Seung-hun wanted to break his prior engagement with his fiancée to marry Hye-kyo.
  • But that's politics-as soon as the writ is dropped, girlfriends become fiancées for the duration, to lend that air of maturity and permanence.
  • A Warminster soldier has been killed while serving in Iraq just months before he was set to marry his fiancée.
Synonyms
betrothed, wife-to-be, husband-to-be, bride-to-be, future wife/husband, prospective spouse
informal, dated intended

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