She also sports a sparkly new ring given to her by her boyfriend, Art Ortenberg, the widower of Liz Claiborne.
He was a widower whose only son had already predeceased him.
The public fingered Monjack as a possible suspect after the widower opposed an autopsy—claims that he vehemently denied.
In another village, a widower was picked up from a bus and forcibly sterilised; he died of an infection soon after.
Like my father, he was a widower: he had one child, the almost infant Juliet, who was left under my father's guardianship.
Jacob was tall and snuff-colored, a widower of three years' standing.
Mr. Williamson was forty and a widower; but he drove an elegant pair of bays, belonged to a club, and had apartments at a hotel.
"If there were not an ordinance against the hurling of missiles," finished the widower.
I'm a widower man, so there'll be nobody to coax it out of me.
"They didn't bother Mr. Wetherford Swift," said the widower.