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A man who is engaged to be married.
French from past participle of fiancer to betroth from Old French fiancier from fiance trust from fier to trust from Vulgar Latin fīdāre from Latin fīdere bheidh- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Borrowing from French
My fiance noticed the change in my body, and so did I.
I met my fiance playing backgammon on the internet nearly 5 years ago.
Complicating Jane's life is Grayson, who had been Deb's fiance.
But before she gets to Bill, she must first take out the remaining minions who helped to slaughter her best friends and fiance.
You might choose both you and your fiance's birthstones, the birthstone of a child or other loved one, or gemstones in your favorite color.
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