verb (used without object), co·hab·i·tat·ed, co·hab·i·tat·ing.
- cogwheel respiration,
- cogwheel rigidity,
- cohan, george m.,
- cohan, george michael,
Origin of cohabitate
Examples from the Web for cohabitating
Almost three in five births to unwed women are to women who are cohabitating with a partner.Unwed Women in the United States Are Having Fewer Babies|Brandy Zadrozny|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Not so for Dave and Trisha, who have been cohabitating in stretchy Spandex-covered bliss for two years and counting.
1630s, from Late Latin cohabitatus, past participle of cohabitare (see cohabitation). Related: Cohabitated; cohabitating.