pop the question

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Synonyms for pop the question

ask (someone) to marry you

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A friend of Amanda said: "They are going away together and there's a good chance that is when Chris will pop the question.
Pop The Question, who has won five times on the dirt at Mijas, will take on his conqueror again in the Derby Trial, over a mile and a quarter on April 29, and probably in the Derby on May 20.
Yasmin's brother David, 22, said: "Mark was going to take Yasmin for a meal to pop the question but we said, 'Why not do it at her work?
With beautiful colors and crisp fall air, the King of Jewelry believes autumn to be a fantastic time to pop the question to your true love.
And, if you were planning to pop the question anyway, why not make it extra special by doing it on Valentine''s Day?
Ian believes recent changes in the family prompted him to finally pop the question.
It's a lovely story for the local couple - some of our staff even had tears in their eyes when Chris appeared on screen to pop the question.
LOVE is the air for sport's most famous couple, Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki - but will the top golfer pop the question today?
PRINCE William and girlfriend Kate Middleton have jetted off to a paradise island - fuelling speculation he will finally pop the question.
Craig, a 29-year-old energy testing manager, said: "Eventually I managed to get hold of their manager and asked if it was possible for Take That to ask Holly on my behalf during the concert But the manager said Take That were so thrilled I wanted to pop the question during one of their concerts that they would adapt the choreography of the show to get us both up on stage.
We had talked about getting engaged but I did not know when he was going to pop the question.
It's a Leap Year - the time when the normal proposal order is reversed and women can go down on bended knee and pop the question.
Mandi, from Jesmond, has been in business for three years and came up with the idea to pop the question via a balloon filled with lots of tiny balloons.
CANYON COUNTRY - Chris Seddon is waiting for someone to pop the question.
Last year, a woman took the plunge to pop the question to her boyfriend in an underwater tunnel.