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  • noun Plural form of alimony.


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  • I think he sort of had to be, because he had about five alimonies to pay.

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2007

  • But the case of dowries, alimonies, inheritances, etc., which depend for their validity upon the ceremonial of the church by law established, -- are these nothing?

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 72, October, 1863

  • I spent years scratching and clawing my way to the very fringes of my profession in order to afford this joint, and now, three alimonies and two malpractice suits later, I'm finally able to spruce the place up bit to impress the babes.

    The Westmount Examiner

  • I mentioned to her so many things to consider-the properties, the child support and the alimonies.

    Now What, Cat?

  • I live at my home now and I get the alimonies ', then we have won the process.

    Everyday Citizen


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