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  • n. Plural form of uncle-in-law.


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  • Hugo Waldman was the paterfamilias of the whole tribe — nephews, cousins, and uncles-in-law who lived along the Concourse in lesser palaces.


  • This never stopped because he had and extended family of relatives comprising several aunts, uncles, aunts-in-law, uncles-in-law, cousins and god knows what.

    Behind the News: Voices from Goa's Press

  • In those days, or even until a few weeks ago no one who looked at me would have believed me capable of plotting against young and innocent girls, annexing aunts on the hire system, or deluding uncles-in-law with misleading statements.

    The Chauffeur and the Chaperon

  • What happened in WWII with my uncles and my uncles-in-law when they were discriminated against?

    Trina's Kitchen


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