connubial


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Related to connubial: disconsolately
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Synonyms for connubial

of, relating to, or typical of marriage

Synonyms for connubial

of or relating to marriage or to the relationship between a wife and husband

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in a conjugal manner

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References in classic literature ?
True, she was a sweet woman and an angel of a wife; but what if a Gorgon should return, amid the transports of our connubial bliss, and take the angel's place.
One sees there is more than merely a desire for connubial bliss, however misplaced," Judge Bork said.
23: It teaches that Adam had tried to find a connubial partner among all cattle and living creatures, and was only suited when he got Eve (hence his exclamation, "This time
Therefore, marriage is based on sexual difference, which is an essential condition for expressing connubial communion, hence "marriage is an essentially heterosexual institution, meaning that it can only be contracted between two persons of opposite sex : a woman and a man " >> (Spanish Episcopal Conference, 2005: 274).
He'll be a villain in British women's eyes, but then they've never accepted the wisdom of freeing a husband from connubial chores once the chaise-longue hurly-burly has cooled.
Along the same line, familial education should be thought since it is apparent that many adolescent are not keen to choose marriage and family institution as safe and valid in the relationship known as connubial bliss.
Then the word "married" is defined as living together as husband and wife; joined in matrimony, wedlock; closely or intimately joined; connubial, conjugal.
It was a convoluted affair, scandalous among Quakers, on the grounds of deprivation of connubial rights and with allegations of infidelity committed by Tom.
If the motive of their connubial activity was procreative, then Hubert did not need to practice that special way of kissing he'd learned.
Rosa believes it would be for this wife and their connubial life in the North that Quentin might be motivated to publish her story in a magazine.
At this connubial quest nadir, I read the advertisement in the paper.
For the first couple of years Oscar and Constance's connubial life seems to have run smoothly.
Aside from Clemens's inappropriate use of religious authorities in the defense of his connubial choices, the objections appear to reflect a dispute about authority: Clemens is portrayed as the obstinate priest "arguing" with the Church.
Martin Browne explains Claverton's serenity in act 3, as it rehearses that of Oedipus at Colonus, with biographical reference to Eliot's connubial bliss.
Written in a style which is reminiscent of many wonderful authors of the past, this story gives insight into the nuances one would expect when he visited his wives in their respective homes to have connubial relations.