Definition of Conjugally

1. Adverb. In a conjugal manner.

Exact synonyms: Connubial
Partainyms: Conjugal, Connubial

Definition of Conjugally

1. adv. In a conjugal manner; matrimonially; connubially.

Definition of Conjugally

1. Adverb. In a conjugal manner; as husband and wife ¹

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Definition of Conjugally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conjugally

conjugal cancer
conjugal family
conjugal visitation
conjugal visitation rights
conjugal visits
conjugally (current term)
conjugate acid
conjugate acid-base pair
conjugate acids
conjugate angles
conjugate base

Literary usage of Conjugally

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1. A New and General Biographical Dictionary;: Containing an Historical and (1762)
"Though the man, " while he embraces conjugally, thinks like Jacob the ... the child, is to be looked upon as an office of a Vicc- *' while he conjugally ..."

2. The Odd Fellows' Magazine by Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity (1837)
"Courage espied a travelling carriage, with a man and his wife in it, quarrelling most conjugally, and he civilly begged he might be permitted to occupy the ..."

3. The Works of the Rev. William Bridge by William Bridge (1845)
"Be sure that you be really, conjugally united unto Christ. There is a double union ; there is a union by way of juxtaposition, laying one thing to another; ..."

4. Beyond the Valley: A Sequel to "The Magic Staff": an Autobiography of Andrew by Andrew Jackson Davis (1885)
"Applying them to myself, for example, I affirm — " 1st, that I will not conjugally and legally associate myself with any woman unless I believe her to be my ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1814)
"With respect to persons of different sexes conjugally united, ... It may also exist betwixt persons of different sexes not conjugally united, ..."

6. A Treatise on Syphilis in New-born Children and Infants at the Breast by Paul Diday (1859)
"... of women who profess to have contracted venereal disease from suckling strange children. B. So it is, generally, to a chancre contracted conjugally or ..."

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