in-laws[ in-law ]SEE DEFINITION OF in-laws
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IN-LAWS
Kent and I had begun to feel like -in-laws, it had been so long since you had written.
These in-laws are always looking at you through a microscope.
It is true that John had to do his courting without assistance from his future "in-laws."
It was a glance in which her individual abhorrence of dirt combined with her racial disapproval of "in-laws."
The house would be spilling over with Bennetts, in-laws of Bennetts and grandchildren of Bennetts.
Their voices, the intonation, even the tilt of their chins, seemed to stamp these new "in-laws" as aristocrats of another race.
Mrs. Herbert said, charmingly, in Garden Oats, "Our in-laws are our strained relations."
But I saw more of her that evening than I did of Harry, who was hopelessly entangled with two or three 'in-laws.'
The departure of in-laws, even when they are quite nice in-laws, often has this effect on family parties.
But his "in-laws" knew a more profitable way of being revenged than that, and sold him to Seignior Joffee, a Christian black.