But after his parents went through an acrimonious divorce, he started wetting it again.
A challenging upbringing became more complicated in the early 1990s, as the world heard all about their parents' acrimonious divorce.
She must contend with the aftermath of her parents' acrimonious divorce.
"Or maybe the ninth anniversary of our acrimonious divorce," Tom said.
The song is about a working man whose dreams of family life and the American dream come undone after a particularly acrimonious divorce.
In this case, I should favor a most acrimonious divorce: one party having seriously misused the other.
This week, a few days before their anniversary, the couple reached an agreement in what had been expected to be an acrimonious divorce.
Marriages based on passion end in acrimonious and expensive divorce.
Grace's parents had an acrimonious divorce when she was 11 years old, and never spoke to one another again.
His parents were involved in a particularly acrimonious divorce in the early 1970s.