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However, the utopian world of Friends somehow portrays cohabiting with your buddies as a more complicated experience than this “reality” program.

As one happily cohabiting woman told me, she thought her first husband would be a great father, and he was.

From Time

Centuries ago, Kumandra was a happy land freely cohabited by the five human tribes and dragons, until the land was invaded by a strange monster species called the Druun, who turn everything they touch to stone.

From Vox

Once we’re cohabiting in one place, I think that would be the next move that logically would happen.

In some tribes, to cohabit with their mothers, sisters, and daughters was esteemed the means of domestic peace.

The regulations are always a conventionalization which sets the terms, modes, and conditions under which a pair may cohabit.

Agreement to cohabit, followed by cohabitation, constituted marriage by the canon law.

It is despicable unjustly to be jealous of your wife; but it is infamy to cohabit with her if you know her to be guilty.

At a certain time of the year these women unite with their neighbours, and cohabit with them.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cohabit, such as: conjugate, couple, mingle, be roommates with, have relations, and live illegally.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.