English version

widowed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwidowedwid‧owed /ˈwɪdəʊd $ -doʊd/ verb   be widowedwidowed adjective his widowed mother
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widowedIn contrast 50 percent of women aged 65 + and 18 percent of men are widowed.I'd been widowed a year when we met.As to age, she's forty-four, and she's been married and widowed and has brought up three bains.The widowed Kouao had three grown-up boys of her own and an adopted daughter.Others are widowed or divorced, and hate being the odd one out among friends who are all couples.She may have been married, widowed or divorced.Personally, I appreciated the importance of being able to empathize with a newly widowed or soon-to-be-divorced client.If a woman without sons is widowed, she is the ultimate casualty.
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