Brother-in-law in a sentence

The stories were preserved by Kerouac’s brother-in-law John Sampas.

Angelica’s unquenched desire for her brother-in-law has become her destiny.

We are very disappointed, said Villalpando’s brother-in-law Fernando Romero.

His brother-in-law and sister-in-law, who live across the street, were also out.

In 1066, Britain’s last Anglo-Saxon ruler, Harold, was crowned King of England following the death of his brother-in-law.

Duwa’s brother-in-law was captured in the midst of the defeat.

Orhan gave up his brother-in-law‘s cause, and provided assistance to the old emperor.

There, Bagnall received experience on two newspapers that his brother-in-law published.

Her father and a brother-in-law went to every hospital receiving shooting victims.

Fulford was Lambermont’s brother-in-law — Lambermont was married to Fulford’s sister.

Norvell’s brother-in-law, Coleman Palmieri, 52, and 17-year-old nephew Teo were killed.

He was the brother-in-law and intelligence chief of former Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi.

The older couple were his parents-in-law and the younger man his brother-in-law, police said.