- n. Husband or wife of one's cousin.
- n. Cousin of one's husband or wife.
- n. Husband or wife of cousin of one's husband or wife.
“When my cousin-in-law extended the invitatation, I think she was dumbfounded at the thought of a Christmas celebration consisting of three people gathered round the kitchen table.”
“Your time with your cousin-in-law sounds like great fun.”
“Then came Christmas Eve, and a surprise invitation to have dinner with my cousin-in-law and her family.”
“Becoming pregnant, she was married off to a cousin-in-law, Alphonso Lanyer, who made a career as a musician, soldier and minor civil servant.”
“There were no arguments, warnings or red flags before the rampage, said Merhige's cousin-in-law Jim Sitton, who hosted the dinner and whose 6-year-old daughter was killed.”
“Paul Merhige sat through three hours of Thanksgiving Day dinner and sing-a-longs around the piano, plotting the moment he would fatally shoot four relatives, his cousin-in-law said Tuesday.”
“My cousin-in-law, Mrs. Rudy, for giving me the single best piece of romantic advice I ever received and, in doing so, inspired me to ditch the losers and find the love of my life.”
“I do. laughs And I actually have a cousin-in-law who works at Disney and works with the Jonas Brothers sometimes, so I had some explaining to do.”
“Do not think for an instance that I am a Muslim bigot, because I have Muslim friends and respect their religious views But they also tend to be more secularized, than for example, a Palestinian cousin-in-law I met once.”
“You attended a huge family reunion and your third cousin-in-law made a commemorative shirt.”
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