Origin of cohabit
OTHER WORDS FROM cohabitco·hab·it·ant, co·hab·it·er, nounco·hab·i·ta·tion, nounnon·co·hab·i·ta·tion, noun
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How to use cohabit in a sentence
However, the utopian world of Friends somehow portrays cohabiting with your buddies as a more complicated experience than this “reality” program.‘Twentysomethings: Austin’ Is Netflix’s Horny, Silly Stab at a Pandemic ‘Real World’|Kyndall Cunningham|December 17, 2021|The Daily Beast
As one happily cohabiting woman told me, she thought her first husband would be a great father, and he was.Why Older Couples Don't Need Marriage to Have Great Relationships|Francine Russo|September 19, 2021|Time
Centuries ago, Kumandra was a happy land freely cohabited by the five human tribes and dragons, until the land was invaded by a strange monster species called the Druun, who turn everything they touch to stone.
Once we’re cohabiting in one place, I think that would be the next move that logically would happen.
In some tribes, to cohabit with their mothers, sisters, and daughters was esteemed the means of domestic peace.The Lusiad|Lus de Cames
The regulations are always a conventionalization which sets the terms, modes, and conditions under which a pair may cohabit.
Agreement to cohabit, followed by cohabitation, constituted marriage by the canon law.
It is despicable unjustly to be jealous of your wife; but it is infamy to cohabit with her if you know her to be guilty.Advice to Young Men|William Cobbett
At a certain time of the year these women unite with their neighbours, and cohabit with them.The Conquest of the River Plate (1535-1555)|Ulrich Schmidt