cohabitation[ koh-hab-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF cohabitation
Synonyms for cohabitation
- going to bed with
- sexual commerce
- sexual congress
- sexual relations
- sleeping with
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COHABITATION
He knew that there was danger in any course that could give rise to the suspicion of cohabitation.
From that day he is regarded as her husband, and cohabitation begins at once.
Marriage is said to be Consummated in the first act of cohabitation.
They know not but their impediments of cohabitation may be removed.
In this activity we were less conscious of the sufferings of our cohabitation.
Indignities which render condition and cohabitation intolerable.
Epitome of his and the lady's story after ten years' cohabitation.
Marriage was performed by cohabitation with the consent of the relations.
For, as to cohabitation, there is no such thing to be thought of.
I thought to have had one trial (having gone so far) for cohabitation.