She contained herself, however, in his presence, but the vicar suffered proportionately in the privacy of the connubial chamber.
Next in importance to the connubial is the convivial legislation of caste.
She had nothing to complain of—no bickerings, no connubial turmoil.
I believe he is pushing some connubial complaint against me at the Court.
It may moreover be confidently asserted, that America is the true home of connubial love.
After nine months of connubial bliss his consort had devoured him!
Such is the state of connubial fidelity in this part of the Sahara.
In the midst of connubial and communal peace the thunderbolt has fallen on the King.
connubial, kon-ū′bi-al, adj. pertaining to marriage or to the marriage state: nuptial.
From all that I hear, I fancy that he has set his mind also on connubial bliss.