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
The movie opens with English spouses Philip (Raymond Massey) and Margaret (Gloria Stuart) bickering as they and a friend drive through the countryside in a torrential downpour.
More than 350 alumni, spouses, parents and friends of De La Salle High School gathered on Aug. 26 for the annual Summer Alumni Party at the school.
Westinghouse, by contrast, is devoted to his supportive spouse Marguerite (Katherine Waterston), whose drive and ambition might even exceed his own.
At the workplace clinic, staff, their spouses, and their dependents can get vaccinations, select physicals, and diagnosis and treatment for many non-emergency minor illnesses such as colds, flu, and sinus infections.
The professor’s spouse had been head of the institute.
Water swelled on city streets and flooded homes, leaving spouses and children of Texans employees stranded.
Polls about the prevalence of sexting, lists of cheap date ideas and cheesy pick-up lines appeared next to more serious pieces like a Q&A with a police officer on dating violence and interviews with teachers who met their spouses in high school.
Add to this the routine teen-on-teen shooting sprees and the upset spouse who decimates a family with firepower.
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Origin and Etymology of spouse
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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