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adjective as in marital

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That this revisionist myth-maker preferred not to copy Homer’s portrait of Penelope as a model of connubial chasteness hints at a larger phenomenon.

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He was supposed to be married only to the Church, and would be unfaithful to Heaven if he bound himself by connubial ties.

Whoredoms in the spiritual sense of the word signify the connubial connection of what is evil and false, 428.

He enclosed her briskly in a connubial hug, and remarked with mad ecstasy: 'What a duck you are, Harry!

Joe and Matilda had been married nearly two months when, in the thick of a connubial row, he demanded her passport.

I wont have you treading on peoples finer sensibilities and smashing connubial peace and comfort all to splinters.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to connubial, such as: conjugal, hymeneal, married, matrimonial, nuptial, and spousal.

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