MIL

Meaning

Mother-in-law

MIL is an acronym for "Mother-in-law", which refers to a spouse's mother. It is typically used online or in text messages to reduce characters.

MIL may be used in a complaining, anxious, or sad manner because many people do not get along with their mothers-in-law, especially women and their mothers-in-law. It is similar to the FIL acronym, which is used for a father-in-law.

Example

"I hope things going well with me and my MIL over the holidays this year."
When your MIL is coming to visit

When your MIL is coming to visit

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Last Updated: March 23, 2018

MIL definition

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