Brides almost always get along beautifully with fathers-in-law.
His two fathers-in-law, constituted his vicars or Khalifs, appeal to the people.
The fathers-in-law are deceived, or the husband, or the wife, and sometimes all of them together.
Here I've gone and married my wife's brother to his sister, and the fathers and mothers are all fathers-in-law and mothers-in-law.
He gashes his flesh if any one of his 'fathers-in-law' dies, and he drops his dead game if he meets any one of them.
And from that place he sent ambassadors to his two fathers-in-law, to Bimbaki, and king Śúrasena.
An Arunta of the Panunga class calls all Kumura men 'fathers-in-law.'
And mothers-in-law should be taboo to their daughters' husbands, and fathers-in-law to their sons' wives.
The Koryaks are polygamous, earning their wives by working for their fathers-in-law.
Here, at Hill Gezer, are the ruins of an ancient city presented to Solomon by one of his seven hundred fathers-in-law.