a man who is separated, divorced, or lives apart from his wife.
a man whose wife is away from home frequently or for a long time, as on business or to pursue a sport or hobby.
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How to use grass widower in a sentence
My wife has gone up to the hills with our little ones, so I am at present a grass widower.
Two old married fogies, two harum-scarum boys, and a grass-widower!Polly's Southern Cruise | Lillian Elizabeth Roy
My wifes gone away and left me for the day, and Im a forsaken grass widower.Chains | Elizabeth Baker
I shall be a gay grass widower for the next two months—wife's gone for a holiday to the West Indies.
He was then fifty years old, a grass-widower—twice over—and on the lookout for a wife.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great Philosophers, Volume 8 | Elbert Hubbard
British Dictionary definitions for grass widower
a man divorced, separated, or living away from his spouse
a man whose spouse is regularly away for short periods
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