noun, plural par·ents-in-law.
Origin of parent-in-law
Examples from the Web for parents-in-law
Hence, more husbands than wives have trials with their parents-in-law.The Family and it's Members|Anna Garlin Spencer
A young widow has sometimes been at fault; the parents-in-law need her help and village sentiment is against her remarriage.The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
The duty of a wife to her parents-in-law is also treated after the same revolutionary manner.Japanese Girls and Women|Alice Mabel Bacon
When these ceremonies have been observed, the bride's ladies conduct her to the apartments of her parents-in-law.Tales of Old Japan|Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford
For this man and woman were Shama Sahai's parents-in-law going home without her, believing that the priest had stolen the girl.In Kali's Country|Emily Churchill Thompson Sheets