Examples of spouse in a Sentence
my brothers and sisters and their spouses
employees and their spouses are covered by the health plan
Recent Examples of spouse from the Web
Some, like Celso Alonso, followed a spouse to the U.S.
Some even have Jewish spouses and work every day with non-white people.
Unlike spouses or minor children, these categories aren’t automatically eligible to immigrate to America.
Last week my spouse spoke to the media about who Alexandre really was, and our opinion hasn’t changed.
One of the measure's sponsors, Hastings said a new effort to have that reduction carry over to surviving spouses of disabled veterans will be introduced in the Legislature.
The administration filed papers late Friday asking the court to clarify a June 26 ruling that said the government had to admit at least some close relatives, including spouses and parents-in-law.
The assumption is that employees have a spouse who is a full-time housewife back home.
During visits both abroad and at home at the White House, Trump has spent time with many of the spouses of world leaders, most of whom are women.
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Origin and Etymology of spouse
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of spouse
SPOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spouse for English Language Learners
: someone who is married : a husband or wife
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