Relict [noun]

Definition of Relict:

woman with dead husband

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Sentence/Example of Relict:

His relict, with a glance at his portrait, shook her head and wiped her eyes.

Edwin, promise me you'll never describe me as your 'relict.'

You forget, sir, that you are talking to the relict of the late Paul Winpennie.

How he must have loved this dear relict of his military predecessor!

It was as if someone had mentioned spaghetti to the relict of an Italian organ-grinder.

And Judith his relict was a widow now three years and six months.

As often did the relict fly across the way to express her wonder to the Widow Stone, at the frequency of the rich man's visits.

Mrs. Tibbs looked at the relict of the departed Bloss, and thought he must have had very little peace in his time.

The relict and sole executrix of this noble-minded man was an odd mixture of shrewdness and simplicity, liberality and meanness.

We regret that the relict of the late Captain Budd did not behave exactly as became a shipmaster's widow, under fire.