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Bridesmaids 2011 IMDb.
577 user 386 critic. R 2h 5min Comedy, Romance 13 May 2011 USA. 13 VIDEOS 113 IMAGES. Competition between the maid of honor and a bridesmaid, over who is the bride's' best friend, threatens to upend the life of an out-of-work pastry chef.
Bridesmaid Wikipedia.
The principal bridesmaid, if one is designated, may be called the chief bridesmaid or maid of honor if she is unmarried, or the matron of honor if she is married. A junior bridesmaid is a girl who is clearly too young to be married but who is included as an honorary bridesmaid.
bridesmaid Wiktionary.
maid of honor the primary bridesmaid. bridesmaids the group of women as a whole. bridesmaid third-person singular simple present bridesmaids, present participle bridesmaiding, simple past and past participle bridesmaided. To act as a bridesmaid for; to attend a bride during her wedding ceremony.
Bridesmaids 2011 film Wikipedia.
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BRIDESMAID meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
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