Husband synonyms

hŭz'bənd
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use cautiously and frugally
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A US Navy petty officer who is an assistant to a warrant officer.
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An animal with which another animal, usually of the opposite sex, forms a bond for a temporary period during which the two individuals maintain close proximity and engage in mating or other sexual behavior.
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A person who takes part in some activity in common with another or others; associate
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A person with whom one shares a bed.
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(Person, proper) A masculine name: dim. Ben; var. Bennet, Bennett
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A person who supplies help or companionship.
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A man who has just been married or is about to be married
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One of several officers in an English royal household.
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A working person whose earnings support his or her family
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One who swore allegiance to a lord in the Middle Ages; a vassal.
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One who practices or advocates polygyny
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One who practices polygamy, or maintains its lawfulness.
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A West Indian plectognath fish, Rhinesomus.
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A husband.
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A person who practices monogamy
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A person who commits bigamy
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(Informal, term of endearment) husband
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God
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A ticket or voucher that can be exchanged for food.
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One's boyfriend or lover, often, specif., when one lives with him
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To keep from being damaged, lost, or wasted; save
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To succeed in coping or dealing with:
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To keep up; carry on; maintain
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What is needed to maintain a person or animal; food and shelter; support; livelihood
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One who acts as a supervisor or administrator, as of finances and property, for another or others
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To keep in a safe or healthy condition:
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(Anthropology, of a people or culture) In which newly married couples live with the male's family.
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A partner in marriage; (one's) husband or wife
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Supplies, especially of food, clothing, or arms.
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Find another word for husband. In this page you can discover 42 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for husband, like: hoard, celibate, monogynist, economise, mate, consort, partner, bachelor, wife, bedmate and benedict.