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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A person associated by marriage.

Usage examples (6)
  • He was the one who was going to pose as secretary, valet or utility man to his future relative-in-law.
  • I was sitting by the window of the drawing-room, awaiting her arrival and gazing at the panorama of Boston Bay and the intervening hills, when an old lady, a...
  • We all have experienced the feel of individual main following to the house and whether the visitor is an relative-in-law an old friend or business companion you know the...
  • Unlike Western weddings, in which the ceremony is primarily about the bride and groom, the tea ceremony shifts the focus from the couple to their elders; it serves as an... for more
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