coniugalis, conjugialis, conjugalis, coniugialis, iugalis, jugalis, maritus, connubialis
Adjective(1) of or relating to marriage or to the relationship between a wife and husband
(1) The father is formally the head of the household, but more equal conjugal relations are common among younger couples.(2) The story confirms a preference for the unconsummated love of a distant, but admired object, over the conjugal relationship.(3) Those who have not enjoyed conjugal relations in a while should start to feel especially nervous.(4) Women have a degree of material and psychological security but suffer complete instability in conjugal relationships.(5) He should then explain to the boy and girl individually their respective conjugal duties as husband and wife.(6) I'm sure his wife was overwhelmingly grateful to be relieved of conjugal duties after thirty-five years of marriage.(7) Unlike blood relationships, the conjugal relationship is chosen by the parties.(8) In these smaller conjugal families, the roles of husbands and wives feature greater equality and more sharing of responsibilities.(9) This may explain their higher rates of separation and divorce and their lower levels of satisfaction with conjugal relations and sexuality.(10) A person with whom you've lived for a period of 12 months or more in a conjugal relationship is generally considered to be a common-law spouse.(11) A broader preoccupation with conjugal relationships in Victorian politics, literature, and art was probably also a factor.(12) Actually, we expect that Canadian homosexual couples will behave like Canadian heterosexual couples and see marriage as one of many conjugal options, each with its benefits and drawbacks.(13) The conjugal vision of marriage itself is being stamped as discriminatory and bigoted.(14) The reader must then take up the baton, receive the message of this missive which has been addressed to her and thus respond to the invitation to have conjugal relations with the text.(15) Husbands had the right to dispose of conjugal property, including property the wife brought to the union, as they saw fit.(16) The conjugal relation portrayed between husband and wife differs in both its commensal and sexual aspects from a quotidian union.
(1) conjugal love :: coniugalem
1. marital ::
2. matrimonial ::
3. nuptial ::
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4. marriage ::
5. bridal ::
6. spousal ::
7. connubial ::
non opponitur dilectioni
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The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14
And we agreed you'd have
CONJUGAL visits in her apartment.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 3
Surely, later on if you want,
you tell me yours during a CONJUGAL visit.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 7
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