Her scandalous carriage in refusing to cohabit with her husband to this day, who is a sober honest man, is generally known.
She reflected, 'How does he, after having produced me from himself, cohabit with me?
She was now forty-one years of age, and had ceased for nearly two years to cohabit with her husband.
She reflected: 'How does he, after having produced me from himself, cohabit with me?
A widow cannot marry again; but she is not expected to burn herself; and may cohabit with any Hindu as a concubine.
He did not cohabit with Catherine during his father's lifetime.
At a certain time of the year these women unite with their neighbours, and cohabit with them.
I do not believe that very near connections by blood ever cohabit.
There the woman is married by the man that she may be "before him" always and may cohabit with him as one flesh.
Negroe slaves (in the colonies) allowed to cohabit and separate at pleasure, 36.