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Synonyms for pageboy

a boy who is employed to run errands


a smooth hair style with the ends of the hair curled inward

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The bridesmaid was Abbie Turner, the flower girls were Eva and Sofia Greggio, the bridegroom's nieces, and the pageboy was Luca Greggio, the bridegroom's nephew.
AND DON'T FORGET THE PAGEBOYS CHARLES ARMSTRONGJONES, 11 THE second heir to the Earldom of Snowdon is one of three boys expected to take part.
Pageboys are at the ready at all Peninsula hotels, a tradition introduced at the Hong Kong property more than 75 years ago.
First of all, the ages of the bridesmaids and pageboys need to be taken into account, especially considering that dresses that look beautiful on a little girl might look unattractive on an older person.
The collection provides a wealth of designs for the entire wedding entourage - the bride and groom, maid of honour, best man, bridesmaids and pageboys.
The pageboys will be 6-year-old Harry Warburton, a son of one of Edward's aides, and 7-year-old Felix Sowerbutts, the son of other friends of Rhys-Jones.
Harry Warburton, six, has been chosen to be one of two pageboys.
The pageboys were Harry, Jack and Lucas Kelly, the couple's sons and Billy Marston, the bride's nephew.
They had five bridesmaids and two best men, while their young sons Tomas and Joseph were pageboys.
The eight pageboys wore the Everton kit and the bridesmaids had blue lace through the back of their dresses.
Standing in the back row of the family picture Beckham, dressed in his England kit during a short break from training, grinned as two excited pageboys gazed up at him.
When the society performed Cinderella in 1984, the role of one of the pageboys was filled by Craig Price who, as the Nuneaton Evening Telegraph reported last week, has just started rehearsals for a principal role in Les Miserables in the West End.
Mr Gregory, of The Congregational Church, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, now refuses to allow children younger than eight as bridesmaids, pageboys or even as guests.
Some feminists have said they regret that the yearly ritual involving the bishop and his pageboys remains an all-male event.
Ushers/pageboys: Pageboy George McPartland and our brothers were our ushers - Connor Morgan, Frankie Bointon, Charlie Bointon and David McPartland.