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Imagine the following scenario:

Ronald and Alana are a couple.

Jono and Daisy are a couple.

Jono is Alana's brother.

What would be the correct way to say the following phrase?

We are Ronald and Alana, Daisy's brothers-in-law.

We are Ronald and Alana, Daisy's siblings-in-law.

We are Ronald and Alana, Daisy's brother/sister-in-law.

Something else?

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We are Ronald and Alana, Daisy's brother- and sister-in-law. would be most usual. Note hanging hyphen attached to 'brother'. We are Ronald and Alana, Daisy's siblings-in-law is possible but unusually formal.

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