Feonsay?

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'Feonsay' is the misspelling of the French word fiance (or fiancee if a woman.) This is the term for a person that is engaged to be married. Feonsay is the phonetic spelling.
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A fiancé (male) or fiancée (female) is the person to whom one is betrothed (engaged to be married).
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She is bad news bro, when a woman is like this she is 99% surely cheating. she is getting the wild side out but don't expect it to end after marriage. so to be safe DO NOT MARRY HER
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if your stil dating talk to him and then surprise him by doin soemthing to bring back the spark you guys lost im sure it will work out u just ahve to talk about how you feel about
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he is engaged to girlfriend of 2 years 22 year old Danielle deleasa. She is a former hairdersser. The two met while their familey were on vacation in the Bahamas,and they were both
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