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Synonyms for marital

Synonyms for marital

of, relating to, or typical of marriage

Synonyms for marital

of or relating to the state of marriage

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Articulated thoughts of maritally violent and nonviolent men during anger arousal.
Psychological Profiles of Violent and Nonviolent Maritally Distressed Couples, 26 PSYCHOTHERAPY 81, 82 (1989).
The effect of stating the hero's subjectivity negatively, by implication rather than by affirmation, is eerie and troubling: His gaze becomes like that of "The Shape" in John Carpenter's Halloween, or the entity in David Lynch's Lost Highway who stalks a maritally troubled house at night armed with a camera.
An exaggerated, and largely false, image of North American sexual culture is exported around the globe in movies and television shows which, in the latter 20th and early 21st century typically portray struggling and troubled marriages and parent-child relationships, independent youth and young adults without meaningful ties to their families, maritally unfaithful couples, and sexually adventurous singles.
Breuer and Maleczech have long since maritally separated (they tied the knot in 1978), but as theatremakers their lives have remained inextricably linked in the public consciousness.
The Breughel-like spread takes in everything from a maritally rejected voyeur (Travis McMahon's endearing, hopeless Mack) to a rapacious lawyer (Rhys Muldoon's scene-stealing Cooley) to housewifely despair (Alison Whyte's embittered Jenny) and teenage nymphetry (nicely rendered by mini-skirted Jacinta Stapleton).
Richard almost dies at his father's hands then for being a "traitor," for literally defecting to the "North" and maritally siding with Blacks.
Together, they form the most maritally challenged crop of presidential hopefuls in American political history.
Multimethod analysis of social reinforcement exchange between maritally distressed and nondistressed spouse and stranger dyads.
Neon Nuptials: The Complete Guide To Las Vegas Weddings is a unique guidebook to every one of those chapels (and a few other less typical venues for the maritally intended) telling anticipatory brides and grooms just what they can expect.
Finally, at the same time, research on marriage has evolved beyond cross-sectional comparisons of maritally distressed and satisfied couples to use longitudinal designs to examine possible processes by which marriages develop and change from their earliest point forward.
In fact, you would think that, given how many heterosexuals are happy to live in sin, social conservatives would welcome maritally minded gays with open arms.
An evaluation of the self-esteem of maritally violent men.