golf widow

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: widow - a wife who is left alone much of the time because her husband is playing golf
married woman, wife - a married woman; a man's partner in marriage
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The freedom his passion for golf now afforded her was in direct contrast to the resentment she used to feel when he left her to her own devices as the stereotypical golf widow.
At the same time, let your husband know how lonely and redundant you feel and tell him you're not going to become a golf widow.
I decided I did not want to become a golf widow," she says.
Whether a golf widow or widower, you can spend many a solitary hour while spouse is hacking lumps out of pristine fairways, bending clubs around unsuspecting trees, or launching golf balls off at mathematically impossible angles.
She ran afoul of the Catholic church, however, when her passion for the game took her out to the links just a few days after the murder of her second husband, making her perhaps the world's first real golf widow.
The Golf Widow Travels Scotland is a guide to enjoying one's travel experience in Scotland, especially if one is an avid golfer or in the company of a golfer.
Her fiance is an avid golfer, but she's not worried about ending up a golf widow.
Cheever's first collection of short stories, The Way Some People Live (1943), was followed by many others, including The Enormous Radioand Other Stories (1953) and The Brigadier and the Golf Widow (1964).
His stories, many of which originally appeared in The New Yorker, have been collected in such books as The Enormous Radio (1953), The Housebreaker of Shady Hill (1958), The Brigadier and the Golf Widow (1964), and The World of Apples (1973).
And you absolutely don't have to be a golfer to enjoy the movie," added Hayland, a golf widow herself.
Dear Coleen, I'M what you would describe as a golf widow - since my husband retired last year we've spent hardly any time together.