1. a married man
English word "husband"(a married man) occurs in sets:Most common nouns 201 - 250
2. use economically
I'll call my husband.
When we have a family argument, my husband always sides with his mother instead of me.
The other day when I stopped by at a friend's house, it wasn't my friend that came out of the front door, but her husband.
If only her husband helped her, most of her problems at home would disappear.
Among some who have read Blackstone and more who have not an opinion prevails that a husband may chastise his wife provided the weapon be not thicker than his little finger.
I'm afraid of discord arising with my husband so I'm turning a blind eye to his mistress.
It appears that my husband is cheating on me with my friend. I want to tell her: "You thieving cat!".
What I am talking about right now is the deep love and respect I have for my husband.
Eleanor suffered severely for her conjugal affection even after the death of her husband by being imprisoned for the dreadful period of forty-three years.
My husband tells me he goes to work even on Sundays and holidays but sometimes I suspect there's something fishy about his story.
Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior.
Eleanor though the daughter of a king and brought up in the greatest luxury determined to share misfortune with her husband.
A man who asks his wife's permission before taking any action except breathing is a henpecked husband.
Knowing very well that his wife wanted to go to a movie, the husband, who was a dog in the manger, cooked up a scheme whereby they had to stay at home waiting for a certain visitor who was not expected to come.