[ UK /ʌksˈɔːɹɪəs/ ]
  1. foolishly fond of or submissive to your wife
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How To Use uxorious In A Sentence

  • But this is a rag-bag of a play, not much helped by the director who, through misplaced uxoriousness, has preserved every word.
  • There are those who regard him as the uxorious spouse of a beautiful wife .
  • Wealthy and more or less contented, O'Hara settled into a life of uxorious country squiredom, first in Quogue, on Long Island, and then in Princeton.
  • `His familiar big body, his big kind body, his harassed, handsome, uxorious face, worried, tender... love welled up in her. LOST CHILDREN
  • An uxorious man, he had brought to Australia his wife Vanessa, despite her phobia about flying.
  • he kept deferring uxoriously to Mary
  • The upper-class is too immured in money and cushioned by creature comforts and servants to know anything about uxoriousness.
  • The most fascinating character is a satiric old courtier, Eubulus, who spends the whole play railing against the Hungarian king's uxoriousness. The Picture – review
  • He is famously uxorious but seldom lets the cameras catch a glimpse of Moira, his wife.
  • And now - even though they weren't married - he was positively uxorious about her. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
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