Dowry [noun]

Definition of Dowry:

natural gift

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Sentence/Example of Dowry:

Assam and West Bengal, meanwhile, are known as “source states” – localities struggling with poverty, the aftermath of natural disasters and the burden of the dowry system.

I found that these women often give consent to these marriages to escape poverty and the burden of dowry.

He tried to marry his daughter without a dowry to some man who was intoxicated with nobility.

In 1838 he married the daughter of Moreau (de l'Oise), who brought him a very large dowry.

Give them a suitable dowry, take care of them, and speak to them always like a friend.

This money she used as a dowry and it aided in consummating her marriage with Cerizet.

Her family—that of the bourgeoisie of Nancy—fooled Castanier about the size of her dowry and her "expectations."

William had not seen her, but she would bring a large dowry, and a messenger could sail with proposals for Toulouse at once.

I have computed the figures for The Fatal Dowry in regard to double or feminine endings and run-on lines.

The Fatal Dowry is not an Aristotelian tragedy with a definite beginning, middle, and endit is rather a cross-section of life.