Núptials. n.s. like the Latin without singular. [nuptiæ, Lat.]
This is the triumph of the nuptial day,
My better nuptials, which in spite of fate,
For ever join me to my dear Morat. Dryd. Aurengz.
- It is in Shakespeare singular, but contrarily to use.
Lift up your countenance, as 'twere the day
Of celebration of that nuptial, which
We two have sworn shall come. Shakes. W. Tale.