noun, plural daugh·ters-in-law.
- daughter cell,
- daughter cyst,
- daughter language,
- daughter star,
- daughters of the american revolution,
- daumier, honoré
Origin of daughter-in-law
Examples from the Web for daughter-in-law
The family shared housing with the ever present and domineering Sara, who rarely had a kind word for her daughter-in-law.
She was already complaining that people would send money to her daughter-in-law Marina, but that she would be forgotten.Oswald’s Mother Was a Thoroughly Disagreeable Piece of Work|Steve North|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His wife, son, and daughter-in-law are all A-listers in the industry.Amitabh Bachchan, the Bollywood Friend of ‘The Great Gatsby’|Sujay Kumar|May 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Now staying with his son and daughter-in-law in their small apartment in Bayside, Queens, he is facing two battles.In Sandy’s Wake, a New York Doorman Without a Home|Abigail Pesta|November 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
While in London, Harriman also launched an affair with Pamela Churchill, daughter-in-law of the prime minister.
This was a greater faith than that of her daughter-in-law, Ruth, whose name is not mentioned.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
No rival for me, That Other; but daughter-in-law—best gift a son can bring to his father's house.Far to Seek|Maud Diver
Miss Chn is staying with me, not your daughter-in-law; so you had better mind your own business.
"I was only thinking that my daughter-in-law would perhaps be the best person to speak to Jared," replied Mrs. Franklin at last.Horace Chase|Constance Fenimore Woolson
She is a charming old lady, and Mrs. Carrington, the daughter-in-law, is bright and entertaining.A Little Girl in Old Washington|Amanda M. Douglas