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widower

n. a man whose wife died while he was married to her and has not remarried.

widower

a man whose wife has died and who has not remarried.

WIDOWER. A man whose wife is dead. A widower has a right to administer to his wife's separate estate, and as her administrator to collect debts due to her, generally for his own use.

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