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A man who lives with his wife and children, especially one who enjoys home life.
- ‘I know he's a family man and misses being with his wife and children.’
- ‘He was a true family man who enjoyed all sports and games together with caravanning jaunts with his wife, Joyce, and friends.’
- ‘He was a family man and he leaves behind a wife, a daughter and a son.’
- ‘For the most part, this was also a group of family men, husbands and fathers, typically with several children.’
- ‘He was very much a family man - a devoted husband and a dedicated dad and granddad.’
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