Also, on their honeymoon, Edward breaks the bedframe from the ferocity of boning.
Prince William and Kate Middleton got a heads up about the raid and thus postponed their honeymoon.
How did this happen to the man who starred in cinematic gems like Moonstruck, honeymoon in Vegas, Raising Arizona and Valley Girl?
Thirty-one years ago Tuesday, newlyweds Maureen and Danny Faulkner departed for a honeymoon in Hawaii.
“The honeymoon is not quite over,” says Fernand Amandi, the managing partner of the polling firm Bendixen & Amandi.
The man who takes his bride to Paris for the honeymoon does not really love her.
Everything was forgotten, and we were like a pair of honeymoon lovers.
Which European drama requires most doors for its honeymoon farces?
Taken together they were the seven only possible spots for a honeymoon.
Then the young couple planned to go immediately to Athens without the formality of a honeymoon.
1540s, hony moone, but probably much older, "indefinite period of tenderness and pleasure experienced by a newly wed couple," from honey (n.) in reference to the new marriage's sweetness, and moon (n.) in reference to how long it would probably last, or from the changing aspect of the moon: no sooner full than it begins to wane. French has cognate lune de miel, but German version is flitterwochen (plural), from flitter "tinsel" + wochen "week." In figurative use from 1570s. Specific sense of "post-wedding holiday" attested from c.1800; as a verb in this sense from 1821. Related: Honeymooned; honeymooning.
An early stage in a project or activity before there are problems and disagreements: honeymoon is over when the new employee has his bearings