daughter-in-law

[ daw-ter-in-law ]
/ ˈdɔ tər ɪnˌlɔ /

noun, plural daugh·ters-in-law.

the wife of one's son.

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Origin of daughter-in-law

1350–1400; Middle English doughter in lawe
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British Dictionary definitions for daughter-in-law

daughter-in-law

noun plural daughters-in-law

the wife of one's son
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