Definition of 'war widow'
Example sentences containing 'war widow'
The change will also benefit a distinct group of 4,000 war widows who lost their husbands between 1973 and 2005 as a direct result of military service.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
So we get diary entries, letters and interviews with war widows, children, conscientious objectors, political activists and factory workers.The Sun (2014)
Definition of war widow from the Collins English Dictionary
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