NE UNQUES ACCOUPLE
ne unques accouple (nee [schwa]ng-kweez [schwa]-k[schwa]p-[schwa]l), n. [Law French ¡°never married¡±] In a dower action by a widow to recover the estate of her deceased husband, a tenant’s plea denying the woman’s marriage to the decedent. ¡ª Also termed ne unques accouple en loiall matrimonies. See DOWER.
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