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open marriage

noun as in unfaithful marriage

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Conrad, you see, is in an open marriage and enjoys a little submission and a little pain with her sex.

But he stopped short of saying they were in an open marriage.

Newt asked Marianne to accept an open marriage while preaching family values to the rest of us.

Newt had been in an open marriage for six years; only Marianne had not been told of it.

What was most shocking about the bombshell reveal—that Newt asked for an open marriage—was the Callista part.

Such was the blended truth, irony, and wit with which Héloïse dissuaded Abélard from open marriage.

Uncle Richard, if that clandestine marriage with Sarah Pepper was valid, why the open marriage five months later?

Agnes preferred an open marriage as least in consequences, and involving every trouble in the brave outset.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to open marriage, such as: companionate marriage, temporary marriage, and trial marriage.

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