mother-in-law[ muhth -er-in-law ]SEE DEFINITION OF mother-in-law
Synonyms for mother-in-law
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOTHER-IN-LAW
His mother-in-law had always lived with him, and she was "difficult."
That woman, I am quite sure and confident, will be our mother-in-law.'
In other homes the daughter-in-law serves her mother-in-law.
I am but mother-in-law to them,' she said, 'having not been married yet full two years.
Four times her mother-in-law said, 'Go,' and yet she would not go.
But God blessed Ruth much more than Orpah, because she loved her mother-in-law.
Her mother-in-law said, 'Go, return,' and she did as she was told.
Her mother-in-law was too much in awe of her own eldest daughter ever to scold anyone.
My mother-in-law had virtue, my husband had religion, and not any vice.
Mrs. Pratt, the mother-in-law, occupied a seat between me and Jacob.