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  • adv. In an uxorious manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an uxorious manner; with foolish or doting fondness for a wife.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a loving and uxorious manner


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uxorious +‎ -ly


  • I find it difficult to believe them all uxoriously wed -- at any rate this is not a pleasure excursion.

    Greener Than You Think

  • In the opposite direction young Mr. and Mrs. Trudgian could be seen just passing out of sight, he supporting her with his arm, pausing every now and then, bending over her uxoriously.

    News from the Duchy

  • Sally, much less the uxoriously married Maria, and might have been merely an inconsiderate boarder who had given nothing but unimpaired

    Sleeping Fires: a Novel

  • Our dissenting brethren in the ministry are so uxoriously inclined that, perhaps, for this reason they dispute the possibility, as well as the privilege, of

    The Faith of Our Fathers

  • "Because … I couldn't write them without you," says he, uxoriously.

    Slate Articles

  • Today Amis seems gloriously, almost uxoriously happy with Fonseca, mirroring the joy Keith eventually finds with his third wife Conchita.

    The Guardian World News


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