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connubial

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconnubialcon‧nu‧bi‧al /kəˈnjuːbiəl $ -ˈnuː-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 connubial bliss
Examples from the Corpus
connubialDavid and Harriet lay side by side in their connubial bed, lights out, the house still.That night, in the connubial bedroom, she sat up against a stack of pillows, nursing the baby.Here was the connubial complement to Miss Havisham's wedding feast but without the cobwebs.David came back to sleep in the connubial room.
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