Origin of uxorious
Examples from the Web for uxorious
Even his relationship with his wife has hurt his sex appeal: Uxorious men are never sexy for long.
But the danger passed in his criticisms of the offender, whom he stigmatized as "the most uxorious and foolish of husbands."A Reconstructed Marriage|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
But with the luxurious and uxorious love which does hinder action he had done.The Love Affairs of Lord Byron|Francis Henry Gribble
Indeed, Holbein's picture was made for the purpose of giving the uxorious Henry an idea of the charms of the young woman.The Century of Columbus|James J. Walsh
The South African Boer makes a true and constant husband, and a good father—some people say he is a trifle too uxorious.Tales of South Africa|H.A. Bryden
He was of an uxorious nature, not sensual, but to be in love with some woman was a necessity of his life.The Threatening Eye|Edward Frederick Knight