She was homesick, lonely, and longed to return to the movies—a proposal nixed by the Monegasques and her spouse.
Oh, and “full-time associates can cover any spouse or domestic partner.”
One thing men and women do agree on, however, is that their standards for a live-in partner are lower than they are for a spouse.
Take the quiz below and see if you can match the spouse to her post-scandal statement.
It will also have a new epilogue written by my spouse, Deirdre, who is the one person readers are most curious about.
Madame Flicker is so like her spouse that you would be puzzled to tell them apart, but for his black mustache.
Her voice was pleasant as she asked: "Martin, did you hear your spouse just now?"
He heard Jack entering below, swearing at the storm, fastening the door, and finally joining his spouse in the sleeping-chamber.
I am told he even built a mansion for her while the spouse was in London on business.
Intentional omission of one spouse to warn the other of an attempt by a third person on the life of the other spouse.
c.1200, "a married woman in relation to her husband" (also of men), from Old French spus (fem. spuse), from Latin sponsus "bridegroom" (fem. sponsa "bride"), from masc. and fem. past participle of spondere "to bind oneself, promise solemnly," from PIE *spend- "to make an offering, perform a rite" (see spondee). Spouse-breach (early 13c.) was an old name for "adultery."
(Cant. 4:8-12; Hos. 4:13, 14) may denote either husband or wife, but in the Scriptures it denotes only the latter.