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Synonyms for cohabit

share living quarters

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Although criminal sanctions for particular cohabitational choices, say, may indeed raise Lawrence problems, refusing to extend formal legal recognition to particular social arrangements is hardly analogous.
According to her research, more than half of cohabitational unions dissolve within five years.
Dan initially picks up visiting American waif Alice, but a year or so of cohabitational bliss later, he meets and makes a play for Anna.
Given the peculiar provisions of the marriage contract, the entangling, complex nature of divorce law, and the increasing acceptability of cohabitational arrangements, heterosexual couples are finding marriage less and less desirable.
14) The most common illustration of the latter occurs when a constructive trust is imposed over a cohabitational home on the basis of services rendered.