widow

A single word or partial line.
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widow

[n] - a woman whose husband is dead especially one who has not remarried 2. [v] - cause to be without a spouse
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Widow

Short last line of a paragraph that appears as the first line on a page. *Also called a stump. *
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Widow

A single word left on the last line of a paragraph that falls at the top of a page.
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Widow

A woman who was married but whose husband has died.
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widow

A woman who was married but whose husband has died.
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Widow

Wid'ow noun [ Middle English widewe , widwe , Anglo-Saxon weoduwe , widuwe , wuduwe ; akin to OFries. widwe , Old Saxon widowa , Dutch weduwe , German wittwe , witwe , Old High German wituwa , witawa , Goth. ...
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Widow

Wid'ow adjective Widowed. 'A widow woman.' 1 Kings xvii. 9. 'This widow lady.' Shak.
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Widow

Wid'ow transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Widowed ; present participle & verbal noun Widowing .] 1. To reduce to the condition of a widow; to bereave of a husband; -- rarely used except in the past participle. « T...
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widow

1. To reduce to the condition of a widow; to bereave of a husband; rarely used except in the past participle. 'Though in thus city he Hath widowed and unchilded many a one, Which to this hour bewail the injury.' (Shak) ... 2. To deprive of one who is loved; to strip of anything beloved or highly esteemed; to make desolate or bare; to bereave. 'The ...
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widow

widow woman noun a woman whose husband is dead especially one who has not remarried
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Widow

• (n.) In various games, any extra hand or part of a hand, as one dealt to the table. • (n.) A woman who has lost her husband by death, and has not married again; one living bereaved of a husband. • (v. t.) To deprive of one who is loved; to strip of anything beloved or highly esteemed; to make desolate or bare; to bereave. • (v...
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Widow

Widow (shortened from widow Twankey) is London Cockney rhyming slang for an American (Yankee).
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widow

woman whose husband has died
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Widow

(n) A widow is the women whose husband died during the existence of their marriage life and, she is not married again. For limited purpose of law, a women is called as widow when referring to her late husband for succession etc irrespective of whether she is re-married or not. Some cases consider a women as widow even though the dead person is her ...
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widow

A woman whose husband has died.
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Widow

Last line of paragraph appearing on the first line of a column of text.
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widow

The final, short line of a paragraph which has become separated from the paragraph in the previous column and therefore appears at the top of the next column. See also orphan above.
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Widow

A widow is a woman whose husband has died, while a widower is a man whose wife has died. The state of having lost one`s spouse to death is termed widowhood. These terms are generally not applied to a person after he or she becomes divorced from their former spouse. This term `widowhood` can be used for either sex, at least according to some dic......
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Widow

Narrow platform on roof; usually with wooden or wrought-iron balustrade
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Widow

In printing, a widow is a single short line ending a paragraph but separated from the earlier lines
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widow

The final, short line of a paragraph which has become separated from the paragraph in the previous column and therefore appears at the top of the next column. See also orphan above.
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Widow

A single word or two left at the end of a paragraph, or a part of a sentence ending a paragraph, which loops over to the next page and stands alone. Also, the last sentence of a paragraph which contains only one or two short words.
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Widow

A woman whose husband died while she was married to him and who has not remarried.
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