Definition of Connubialism
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Connubialism
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1. Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art by William Harrison Ainsworth, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (1842)
"... which, more suo, casts no unkindly glances at the handsome foreigner,—he already entertains visions of conquest and connubialism,—and the Englishman, ..."
2. Female piety, or, The young woman's friend and guide through life to immortality by John Angell James (1860)
"... correct such mistakes, and dispel all the illusions with which the idea of connubialism disturbs the propriety of some young women's conduct. ..."
3. Personal Rights and Sexual Wrongs by Oswald Dawson (1897)
"Upon the larger issue—whether the argumentation is sound—I have long felt there to be room for disagreement. So long as connubialism prevails, ..."
4. Bluebeard: A Musical Fantasy by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin (1914)
"... BLUEBEARD connubialism. The ardent and susceptible Solomon might have been a -more dignified hero, one would think; but, although he could furnish wives ..."
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