He feels that marriage is not worth it, having lost his own fiancee due to his greed for money and he has the opinion that his nephew should not have a burden of a wife. Fred points out that he has and always will love his wife. Scrooge's mind changes and he sees Fred happy and content in his life and understands what he himself has lost.
Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck were the three nephews of Uncle Scrooge.
At his nephews home
He was continually dislissive citing the Fred should "keep Christmas in your way and I will in mine!"
He dismissed them aggressively
They dont like him
No. Your wife's niece is also your niece, but the husband of the niece is not related to you or to your wife.
Its similar to the one called twenty questions we have today
Your brother's wife's kids would be your nieces or nephews.
Scrooge didn't have a wife, he never married. He was however engaged to Belle whose Scrooges migration to the love of money
Scrooge was never married. He was engaged to Belle at one time.
Scrooge uses Fred getting married as an excuse for not accepting the offer to Chrsitmas dinner. Scrooge had been upset with Fred prior to his marriadge but as Fred had married someone with no money Scrooge saw this as wrong.