Wedding definitions

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The definition of a wedding is a ceremony in which two people get married.

When you marry your husband, this is an example of a wedding.

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The anniversary of a marriage.

A silver wedding.

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The act or an instance of joining closely.

A wedding of ideas.

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The act of marrying.
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The ceremony or celebration of a marriage.
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An anniversary of a marriage.

A golden wedding.

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A joining together.
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The act or ceremony of becoming married; marriage.
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The marriage ceremony with its attendant festivities.
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Present participle of wed.
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Marriage ceremony; ritual officially celebrating the beginning of a marriage.

Her announcement was quite a surprise, coming a month after she published the words "I hate weddings with a passion and a fury I can only partially explain rationally."

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Joining of two or more parts.

The wedding of our three companies took place last week.

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To participate in a wedding.
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Origin of wedding

From Middle English wedding, weddynge, from Old English weddung (“betrothal, espousal"), equivalent to wed +"Ž -ing. Cognate with Middle Dutch weddinghe.