verb (used without object), cohabitated, cohabitating.

1625–35; < Late Latin cohabitātus, past participle of cohabitāre cohabit; see -ate1 Unabridged
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Main Entry:  cohabitate
Part of Speech:  v
Definition:  to live together, though not married; cohabit's 21st Century Lexicon
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Word Origin & History

c.1633, from L.L. cohabitatus, pp. of cohabitare (see habitat).
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Example sentences
Where they do cohabitate there is generally distinct species separation within water bodies.
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