connubial


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Related to connubial: disconsolately
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • adj
  • adv

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

Synonyms

in a conjugal manner

Synonyms

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.
She is no stranger to conflict or desperation, delight is as foreign to her as connubial bliss or domestic contentment, although she lies about both, as she lies about her composer husband's brilliance.
This is all the more so because the saffron brigade's objections to inter-faith marriages are not unlike the often violent disapproval of the antediluvian khap panchayats to connubial ties between grown-ups belonging to different castes and communities.
Hawkins's Unbelievable Happiness and Final Sorrow: The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Marriage (2012), which illuminated the least appreciated of Papa's connubial quartet, Pauline.
each organized around one of these categories, these types of connubial arrangements allowed female characters to secure, respectively, "social empowerment.
The connubial crucible: Newlywed years as predictors of marital delight, distress, and divorce.
This pitch cannot be sustained and the narrator urges imagination to "spare me jaded from thy daring flights; Domestick peace, connubial love invites; / I yield" (417-28) before looking forward to the endless rapture of everlasting life.
Sequences of connubial bliss -- laughter and intimacy, conversation and whispered plans for the future -- are juxtaposed with scenes of conflict, sadness and silence.
While Caspian's choice to delay his connubial bliss is a difficult one for him, his decision makes all the difference to his story.
71) The connubial association of Seth and Norea-Na'amah would thus appear to be an early narrative motif, (72) an unlikely coupling whose ultimate explanation perhaps lies in their close textual conjunction in the canonical versions of Gen 4:17-26.
One explanation could be that the twentieth-century poet continues to live in a society which first of all discourages the possibility of an autonomous female identity by defining womanliness primarily in terms of love --selfless connubial love, ecstatic romantic love, nurturing maternal love.
One sees there is more than merely a desire for connubial bliss, however misplaced," Judge Bork said.
Here we present a clinical scenario of connubial or consort ecthyma gangrenosum in an otherwise healthy couple not described previously.
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
The authors attribute this rebellion against connubial expectations to "a deep fragility that has its roots in men's often-troubled families of origin"--a fragility that manifests itself "again and again" in the type of domestic disorder that has long plagued the black urban underclass.