sister-in-laws vs sisters-in-law : Common Errors in English

About sister-in-laws vs sisters-in-law

Your spouse’s female siblings are not your sister-in-laws, but your sisters-in-law. The same pattern applies to brothers-in-law, fathers-in-law, and mothers-in-law.

sisters-in-law Meaning(s)

  • (n) the sister of your spouse

sister-in-laws in News

  • Woman Loses Foot During Illegal Fireworks Display

    Two Chicago women, sister-in-laws, were seriously injured in a horrific accident stemming from an illegal amateur-run fireworks display celebrating Independence Day. One lost her foot in the gruesome ordeal. Witnesses say that during the unsanctioned show’s finale around 11 pm in the West Lawn neighborhood, one of the four fireworks launched, danced along the ground... Read more » Woman Loses ...
    on July 6, 2013 Source: The Inquisitr

sisters-in-law in News

  • Quick action saves boy from drowning

    A 5-year-old boy who almost drowned in the Colorado River Sunday afternoon is still alive thanks to the quick actions of two observant women and an off-duty paramedic with Rural/Metro. Some time before 5 p.m., sisters-in-law Desiree and Trish Deckers were at the river near the Ocean-to-Ocean...
    on June 14, 2013 Source: The Yuma Sun

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