Definition of in-law in English:

in-law

Syllabification: in-law

noun

A relative by marriage.
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  • Paddy is mourned by his sister, cousins, neighbours, in-laws, relatives and friends.
  • Deepest sympathy is tendered to his sons, daughters, in-laws and grandchildren on his passing.
  • He is survived by his family, sisters, his in-laws, nephews and other relatives.

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