Pronunciation: (hun'ē-mOOn"), [key]
1. a vacation or trip taken by a newly married couple.
2. the month or so following a marriage.
3. any period of blissful harmony: Their entire 60 years of marriage was one long honeymoon.
4. any new relationship characterized by an initial period of harmony and goodwill: The honeymoon between Congress and the new president was over.
to spend one's honeymoon (usually fol. by in or at).
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