mother-in-law definition

  • noun:
    • The mother of the wife or husband.
    • Archaic A stepmother.
    • One’s spouse’s mama.
    • A mother-in-law apartment.
    • A stepmother.
    • The mother of your spouse.
    • mom of one's spouse.
    • A stepmother.
    • An English drink made up of equal proportions of old strong ale and bitter ale: so called in jocose allusion to the qualifications ‘old’ and ‘bitter.’
    • the mother of the spouse

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