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Definition of "uncle-in-law" []

  • The husband of one's aunt. (noun)
  • The uncle of one's spouse. (noun)

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Use "uncle-in-law" in a sentence
  • "Under the huaishu’s cooling shade, Lao Lao set up a permanent place for two of my favorite things - a little red wooden table and a small red armchair - gifts from my future uncle-in-law, who had lavished his craftsman’s talent on me in a skillful pursuit of my doting aunt."
  • "I have a Kenwood TS-850S that I got from my uncle-in-law a year or so ago."
  • "The question was a grave one, for it appears as your uncle-in-law, the Cardinal, will tell you that it is almost equally undesirable to be christened twice over as not to be christened at all."