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Word: conjugal

Definition: pertaining to marriage


Sentences Containing 'conjugal'

As for his wife, he bowed to her, as some husbands do to their wives, but in a way that bachelors will never comprehend, until a very extensive code is published on conjugal life.
Chapter42Had Elizabeth's opinion been all drawn from her own family, she could not have formed a very pleasing opinion of conjugal felicity or domestic comfort.
However, according to the contract drawn the year prior, the couple would only be allowed non-conjugal visits for the next two years.
It was included by the Baron de Rougemont (Michel-Nicolas Balisson, 1781–1840) in his 'tableau conjugal' "Monsieur et Madame Denis" performed at the Théâtre des Variétés in 1808.
This is thought to be a conjugal pairing as the occupants are usually of the opposite sex from one another.
``Ah,''said the count,``that is a most conjugal reservation; I recollect that at Rome you said something of a projected marriage.
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