widower|widow|widowers|widows in English
['wid·ow·er || 'wɪdəʊə(r)]
man whose wife has died
Use "widower|widow|widowers|widows" in a sentence
1. Their refusal to acknowledge the hitherto unfair rating of widows, widowers and single people.
2. The life of a widow or widower is not a simple return to being single.
3. Consequently a widow or widower will enjoy a higher retirement income than if or she had been single when they retired.
4. 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.
5. Mr. Zhang is a grass widower.
6. 4 The widower did not remarry.
7. To make a widower of.
8. The widower did not remarry.
9. Fat Vince is a widower too.
10. The value of widowers’ annuities is only slightly age dependant.
11. “A Judge of Widows”
12. Making widows their spoil
13. Widower is a 14 th century coinage.
14. George was a widower with six young children.
15. The king had been many years a widower.
16. 6 Age-related widows' pension is for younger widows, who do not qualify for full rate.
17. But many are widows, old-timers,
18. She's a widow now.
19. Also patron of divorce, infidelity, and widows.
20. He is a financier who spoils widows.
21. Mothers and daughters, sisters, wives, and widows,
22. But the widows fell right into his grift.
23. We have and fatherless, our mothers like widows.
24. ILLUSTRATION OF THE PERSISTENT WIDOW
25. The widow weltered in tears.