Definition of Cohabited

1. Verb. (past of cohabit) ¹



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Definition of Cohabited

1. cohabit [v] - See also: cohabit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cohabited

cogwheeled
cogwheeling
cogwheels
cohab
cohabitant
cohabitants
cohabitate
cohabitated
cohabitates
cohabitating
cohabitation
cohabitations
cohabitator
cohabitators
cohabited (current term)
cohabitee
cohabitees
cohabiter
cohabiters
cohabiting
cohabitor
cohabitors
cohabits
cohabs
cohanim
cohaversine
cohaversines
cohb level
cohead

Literary usage of Cohabited

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1. The Equitable Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery: Comprising Its Rise by George Spence, Henry Maddock (1850)
"The husband and wife then cohabited together for six years. The whole Court of King's Bench held that the cohabitation did not destroy the effect of the ..."

2. The Captivity of Hans Stade of Hesse: In A.D. 1547-1555, Among the Wild by Hans Staden, Albert Tootal, Richard Francis Burton (1874)
"... among them.1 Bach had her own lodging in the huts, her own fire, and her own root-plantations. That one with whom he cohabited, and in whose lodging ..."

3. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1917)
"... if he or she has not voluntarily cohabited after reaching the age of consent, the rule of law is that an infant, incapable for want of age to enter into ..."

4. An Analytical Digest of the Cases Published in the Law Journal: And in All by George Abbott Streeten (1831)
"Qu<rr*—Whether a bond, given by a married man, to secure a provision for a woman with whom he bas cohabited, is valid, provided that it is executed in ..."

5. The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value and by John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman (1888)
"... and consented to and actually cohabited in the relation of husband and wife, and accepted and recognized each other as husband and wife. ..."

6. A Synopsis of Criticisms Upon Those Passages of the Old Testament in which by Richard Arthur Francis Barrett (1847)
"... ie, a servant of his family with whom he cohabited. The sacred historian's silence about her pedigree and condition favours this opinion. ..."

7. Fertility, Family Planning, and Women's Health: New Data From the 1995 by Joyce C. Abma, A. Chandra, W. Mosher, L. Peterson (1998)
"However, table 34 separately shows women who were never married and women who actually cohabited before a first marriage. Consistency of coitus-dependent ..."

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