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
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Do us a favour; phone my missus and tell her that," I grumble.
He added: "I have a dreadful record in Blackpool so I'm hoping it Perhaps if I win, the missus will let me get the Bentley I've got my eye on changes this year.
OK, he hasn't managed to lose the toilet-brush hairstyle, but there are compensations - notably having a model as your missus.
My missus gave me an ultimatum of one season or I had to get a trade.
The missus, Robson Green, Ian Wright and Phil Tufnell.
They were a tempestuous couple and things got particularly testy when Tolstoy's missus realised there was a chance her hubby might leave everything to followers of his idealistic faith.
There were six of us on the farm: two biological children Mister and Missus had borne, and the four they'd adopted.
Don't get me wrong, he bought it for his missus which is a nice gesture.
Summary: The world is seeing a whole lot more of Paul Daniels and his missus Debbie McGee.
Asked what he would do with his first month's pay, he said: "I'll probably buy a new pair of shoes for the missus.
I was having an argument with my missus - I was angry and booted the window," he said.
If my missus went to Spain and I saw pictures of her I would be gutted but I'd always realise she would come back.
And Catlin is bemusing as the henpecked husband who loves his missus but secretly dreams of killing her.
Last year, we had our own Wanda who arrived in the garden with his missus to lap up our admiration.