stepfather-in-law love



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  • noun A stepfather of one's spouse.


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step- +‎ father-in-law


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  • My stepfather-in-law keeps quiet and my husband is the same.

    Problem solved 2011

  • I wasn't sure how to go about getting a car loan and my stepfather-in-law suggested looking into credit unions, which have good rates on loans.

    Amy Sohn: Why I Joined Actors Federal Credit Union 2010

  • We're just getting word that Senator and presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton will postpone a trip to New Hampshire this weekend because of the illness of her stepfather-in-law, Dick Kelley.

    CNN Transcript Jan 31, 2007 2007

  • Now, my future stepfather-in-law, Charlie, has always liked wine (or at least as I've known him).

    From the Vine 2005

  • On the flip side, my stepfather-in-law apaprently imported a bunch from Germany to his weekend home in Mexico and all died.

    Female ginkgos should be banned. Angry Professor 2006

  • He didn't tell his stepfather -- stepfather-in-law that he bought this boat.

    CNN Transcript Jun 9, 2004 2004

  • "No; I'm sure you don't," answered his future stepfather-in-law.

    The Happiest Time of Their Lives Alice Duer Miller 1908

  • "He's already done it," sniggered the stepfather-in-law.

    Dixie Hart 1888

  • As Henley, the axe in hand, approached the house, his stepfather-in-law, with considerable clatter, was hanging the horn on its nail.

    Dixie Hart 1888

  • The stepfather-in-law had used less diplomacy in the account he had forwarded to Henley on the day following the great occasion.

    Dixie Hart 1888


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