When a friend cancels plans or stands you up and then later blames it on his/her significant other. Note, however, that in actuality, it might just be your friend being a prick and looking for someone to take the blame. Formerly "wifed", but extended for today's sexist society.
"Bob never showed up at the bar last night. He called today and said his girlfriend had a headache so he had to stay home."

"That doesn't make any sense. Anyway, he told me he didn't want to go. You got spoused, man."
by Taco D. Loco January 17, 2010
A spouse is the husband or wife of a person. This is a common word indicating "someone you are married to." This word is often used in forms/applications, etc.
Spouse's name? _________
by xxyuli November 3, 2006
That person, friend and companion who is always there to help you with the problems you would never have had if you were single.
Spouse in Spanish means handcuffs. Enough said!
How you refer to a same sex partner if you do not wish to implicitly come out to the person to whom you are speaking.
"I didn't want those guys to know I was gay, so I called Jack my spouse."
by Johnny Rocker September 25, 2009
being forced to dry hump any given object by all of your closest male friends
steger's episode of spousing his mom lead to his friends questioning if he suffered from the oedipus complex
by Humey2 January 3, 2009
spoused: When a chatter's spouse/partner enters the house or computer room of where one lives, they leave the chatroom immediately without saying goodbye to anyone in the chatroom.
While chatting in a Yahoo chatroom, right in the middle of a conversation Stoneman left without saying goodbye to anyone. Holly said, "I think Stoneman got spoused again."
by Kristilicious June 27, 2005
When your significant other Verbally scolds you in public among friends, to remind you of your family commitmenst while discussing doing something fun!
"I was talking to Joe today about the cook-out poker game and my wife SPOUSED me to tell me I couldnt!"
by David_Beef_Broth October 6, 2005