Definition of 'in-law'
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That includes prospective in-laws, bosses and new neighbours. The Sun (2016)This applies whether you need to make it up to a friend or you're meeting your future in-laws. The Sun (2016)You handle meeting possible future in-laws really well. The Sun (2014)This helps at work and a meeting with future in-laws should go well. The Sun (2013)Her parents had gone through the first rituals by presenting her to her future in-laws. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Families dragging visiting in-laws and elderly relatives. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She is unquestionably impressed by her new in-laws. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Your parents and in-laws are not going away. Christianity Today (2000)My parents and my in-laws lived far away and our income would not stretch to cover paid childcare. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Meeting future in-laws should go well. The Sun (2010)I had my parents and the in-laws over in the past couple of weeks. The Sun (2011)It's a good day to meet future in-laws. The Sun (2011)Her new in-laws weren't any better. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The Mitchell character drives down to the country to meet his prospective in-laws. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In 1951 she took her fiancé to meet his prospective in-laws. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Being introduced to one set of potential in-laws is scary, but four? The Sun (2012)The perfect contact between Neptune and the sun means meetings go well at work and with future in-laws. The Sun (2010)He explains how he bought his in-laws a new car, new kitchen and paid for exotic holidays. The Sun (2013)The moon is in the most sociable part of your chart and you can get along with anyone - including potential in-laws. The Sun (2013)
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