Even his relationship with his wife has hurt his sex appeal: uxorious men are never sexy for long.
An uxorious fogey—a wicked old fool—perhaps we, outside the domestic circle, may pronounce him.
It might almost be said of him that he was the most uxorious of husbands.
But no one called Wallenstein uxorious or accused him of careless living in the article of women.
Many are wedded to a theory or period, and are the most uxorious of husbands—ever ready to resent an affront to their lady.
We begin again as soon as we have been paid off; they depart, inebriated and uxorious, to their homes.
This exhibition of violence affrighted her all the more by reason of the contrast; for up to this he had been an uxorious husband.
Yet he became deeply attached to his wife, and proved in fact nearly as uxorious as his father.
Many are wedded to a theory or period, and are the most uxorious of husbands--ever ready to resent an affront to their lady.
Old, domestic, and uxorious, he led a private life sufficiently blameless.
"excessively fond of or submissive to one's wife," 1590s, from Latin uxorius "of or pertaining to a wife," from uxor (genitive uxoris) "wife," of unknown origin. Uxorial, "relating to a wife or wives," is recorded from 1800 and sometimes is used in the sense of uxorius.