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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpremaritalpre‧mar‧i‧tal /priːˈmærətəl/ adjective  SYSEX/HAVE SEX WITHMARRYhappening or existing before marriage premarital sex
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premaritalOne reason for the later age at marriage is the growing popularity of premarital cohabitation.He had a premarital dust-up with the woman who is now his wife, and the networks showed the video.Proposing that couples complete a premarital education program before receiving a $ 20 marriage license.The archbishop of Toledo refused to let her premarital jitters ruin a useful alliance.Of the sixteen women in their survey who were currently working-class and had been in institutional care, ten had premarital pregnancies.Brown and Harris highlight the girl's success in coping with her premarital pregnancy, Quinton and Rutter her planning ability.Students were counseled about the dangers of premarital sex.
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