Antonym: aunt. Similar words: unclear, include, including, conclude, inclination, conclusion, clerk, cycle. Meaning: ['ʌŋkl] n. 1. the brother of your father or mother; the husband of your aunt 2. a source of help and advice and encouragement.
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1 Lily spent years caring for her sick uncle.
2 "Come here, you little rogue!" chuckled my uncle.
3 Uncle Hill asked about you the other day.
4 My uncle became severe when I was late.
5 Uncle John winked at me across the table.
6 My uncle was the mayor of Memphis.
7 I don't have much contact with my uncle.
8 We pay a yearly visit to my uncle.
9 Uncle Harry is terminally ill with cancer .
10 Uncle Ted's chair collapsed under his weight.
11 His uncle found the boy in food and clothing.
12 There are no flies on your uncle.
13 She is expected to be subservient to her uncle.
14 He received a large fortune when his uncle died.
15 My uncle is travelling in South America.
16 He lodged with his uncle.
17 The child lives with his uncle.
18 They are not really my aunt and uncle.
19 Uncle Herbert never argued, never spoke up for himself.
20 His uncle is very funny.
21 He received a large legacy from his uncle.
22 Alongside of him stood his uncle.
23 When Jim's uncle retired from the railway company, he was given a gold watch.
24 Some of my relations, my mother's aunt and uncle, live in America.
25 Uncle Geooge got a black eye for ogling a lady in the pub.
26 His uncle was disabled in the civial war; he lost his left arm.
27 After an exile of ten years her uncle returned to Britain.
28 He tracked down his cousin and uncle. The latter was sick.
29 It's fun to send these wishes for an especially happy to an uncle who is nice in every way.
30 He will inherit the title on the death of his uncle.