cohabit

[ koh-hab-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF cohabit

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She reflected, 'How does he, after having produced me from himself, cohabit with me?

They are rarely married, but cohabit with some man for the sake of his protection.

She reflected: 'How does he, after having produced me from himself, cohabit with me?

He did not cohabit with Catherine during his father's lifetime.

I do not believe that very near connections by blood ever cohabit.

Negroe slaves (in the colonies) allowed to cohabit and separate at pleasure, 36.

The natives of the Gold Coast and many other African tribes regard it as a shameful offense to cohabit during gestation.

She was now forty-one years of age, and had ceased for nearly two years to cohabit with her husband.

His father, a man of immoral life, was with difficulty persuaded to cohabit with his wife.

It must, moreover, be noted that experience shows conception occurs rarer with women who cohabit with several men.

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