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- n. Daughter-in-law of someone's brother.
- n. Daughter-in-law of someone's sister.
- n. Daughter-in-law of someone's brother-in-law.
- n. Daughter-in-law of someone's sister-in-law.
- n. Niece of someone's husband. (Usually called a niece.)
- n. Niece of someone's wife. (Usually called a niece.)
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I have a niece-in-law who is in something called drug court which is like a hyped up probation.
Rebecca Motte was at her home at Mount Joseph Plantation with her three daughters and niece-in-law Mrs. John Brewton, when the British forces seized the strategically located mansion, making it a military post.
My friend AWE the same friend I visited back here will pick me up at LAX, and we'll immediately hit the road for Berkeley, where I have a niece, nephew and niece-in-law.
Both my niece E and my niece-in-law C are artists, and their spaces are so warm and filled with beauty.
Asked if her niece-in-law had any male friends, the woman shook her head.
A friend of Susie, my niece-in-law, had read an article about three questions that can help non-medical types recognize a stroke.
This year, an award-winning young author was among those invited to the platform...my niece-in-law Fiorella, whose latest book, Father William's Daughter was being launched that day as part of the celebrations.
My much loved nephew and heavily pregnant niece-in-law.
As I walked back through central park I called Fritz who told me he'd received a call that at 7:30 that morning his niece-in-law had given birth to a healthy seven pound plus baby girl.
Lunch with niece-in-law F. whose first novel has just won an award - she had just flown in from the ceremony in Malta.