sister-in-law[ sis-ter-in-law ]SEE DEFINITION OF sister-in-law
Synonyms for sister-in-law
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SISTER-IN-LAW
"Well, I'm not going to beat about the bush," continued her sister-in-law abruptly.
I found my host at dinner with his wife, little daughter, and sister-in-law.
His sister-in-law treated him badly and never gave him enough to eat.
His sister-in-law wished to see his art, so she poured the rice into the pot.
If this young lady is my sister-in-law, surely she and I can settle up our own affairs.
He felt a delicacy which my sister-in-law would have admired.
"Your sister-in-law looks a bit tucked up," he remarked affably.
She was sister-in-law to Gavard, and had an idea of marrying him after the death of his wife.
"There is no telling what he may be like," she said to her sister-in-law, who was staying in the house.
The reigning Queen was his sister-in-law and was all-powerful.