Miss Right

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Miss Right

The perfect or most suitable woman to be in a relationship with or to marry. If you're waiting for Miss Right to just appear in your life, you're never going to find someone you'll be happy with. You have to get out there and give people a chance! After my last relationship ended, I decided to stop looking for Ms. Right and focus on other priorities in my life.
See also: miss, right
References in classic literature ?
I wouldn't trust any of 'em when Miss Right comes along
A further one in five has witnessed an accident or near miss right in front of them.
Married at First Sight C4, 9pm Finding Mr or Miss Right is never easy, even in an age when online dating seems to have taken some of the hard work out of the equation.
I'm sure I'm not typical, though, so if you are looking for Mr or Miss Right, don't let me put you off trying the shopping basket suggestion.
They just happen to have met their Mr or Miss Right.
But don't get your hopes up ladies, as the Iraqi heartthrob isn't looking for Miss Right just yet.
One of 15 Group winners by Darley's leading Australian sire Lonhro, he is the second foal out of Miss Right Note, a winning Irish-bred daughter of Daylami from one of Leigh's most successful families.
HAVE your quests to find Mr or Miss Right ended in disappointment?
But lovesick James won't be beaten by the embarrassment and says he is still on the lookout for Miss Right.
It took three failed engagements, but I finally walked down the aisle with Miss Right.
But despite numerous offers, including a chance to sleep with Australian sex worker and campaigner Rachel Wotton, he has told his mum that he wants to wait for Miss Right.
Instead of having a warmhearted plumber looking for Miss Right, you'd have a fiftysomething university lecturer who's so brilliant he finds it hard to connect with people.
or Miss Right by detecting the pheromones (fe-row-mones) they emit.
But would it not be equally tragic if young people found their assets were to be divided every two or so years (the average length of a co-habiting relationship) because they subsequently discovered that Mr or Miss Right wasn't the one for them?