Definition of Mother-in-law style

1. Noun. (linguistics anthropology) The style of speech and manners which are to be observed between an Australian aboriginal man and his mother-in-law (i.e. wife's mother). Depending on the particular people this can go so as far as an entirely separate vocabulary of words. (Reference: ''Macquarie Aboriginal Words'', Macquarie University, 1994, paperback ISBN 0-949757-79-9, introduction.) ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mother-in-law Style

mothen
mother's boy
mother's daughter
mother's line
mother's milk
mother's son
mother-child relations
mother-goddess
mother-in-law
mother-in-law's tongue
mother-in-law apartment
mother-in-law plant
mother-in-law style (current term)
mother-in-laws
mother-lode
mother-naked
mother-of-pearl
mother-of-pearl cloud
mother-of-thousands
mother-of-thyme
mother-to-be
mother-wit
mother board
mother cell
mother colony
mother country
mother cyst

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