widow|widowed|widowing|widows in English
[wid·ow || 'wɪdəʊ]
cause to become a widow or a widower because of the death of a spouse; take away something valuable
Use "widow|widowed|widowing|widows" in a sentence
1. (Ruth 1:10) The Moabite widows Ruth and Orpah kept saying this to their widowed mother-in-law, Naomi, who was returning from Moab to Bethlehem.
2. Durga Neupane, an organizer and a widow, said activists would mobilize widows throughout the nation if the government failed to scrap the decision by Friday.
3. “A Judge of Widows”
4. Making widows their spoil
5. Carla was widowed very young.
6. The only daughter of a widowed father.
7. He was widowed at the age of
8. Widowed in 19 Mrs Hayes never remarried.
9. Imogen stayed with her widowed sister.
10. Consider what happened some 3,000 years ago when the aged widow Naomi and her widowed daughters-in-law, Orpah and Ruth, were on the road from Moab to Judah.
11. 6 Age-related widows' pension is for younger widows, who do not qualify for full rate.
12. She may have been married, widowed or divorced.
13. But many are widows, old-timers,
14. He was widowed at the age of 52.
15. She was widowed when she was
16. His widowed mother brought him up.
17. 14 The widowed bride of Vesuvius.
18. She was widowed at the age of
19. 17 She was widowed when she was
20. Widowed in 1949, Mrs Hayes never remarried.
21. She's a widow now.
22. Many people were widowed by the war.
23. She was widowed at an early age.
24. She was recently widowed and wearing mourning.
25. The war widowed many women in the former yugoslavia.