spouse, partner, married person, mate, better half(noun)
a person's partner in marriage
A person's husband or wife
People should treat their spouses with respect.
to wed, to espouse
Origin: espous, espouse and espus, espuse by aphasis from sponsus, sponsa, from spondere, from spend-
a man or woman engaged or joined in wedlock; a married person, husband or wife
a married man, in distinct from a spousess or married woman; a bridegroom or husband
to wed; to espouse
Origin: [See Espouse, and Spouse, n.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
spowz, n. a husband or wife.—adj. Spous′al, pertaining to a spouse, or to marriage: nuptial: matrimonial.—n. usually in pl. nuptials: marriage.—adj. Spouse′less, destitute of a spouse: unmarried. [O. Fr. espouse (Fr. époux, fem. épouse)—L. sponsus, pa.p. of spondēre, to promise in marriage.]
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The numerical value of spouse in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of spouse in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of spouse in a Sentence
The plural of spouse is spice.
Be the spouse you wish to have.
The innocent spouse rule is not that easy to prove.
They're giving a break to people to cover your spouse elsewhere.
That is really beneficial if the surviving spouse is much younger.
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