Definition of cohabiter in English:

cohabiter

noun

See cohabit

‘Despite the meticulous period setting, the production is not about 1956 but about Jimmy Porter and his similarly intriguing cohabiters.’
  • ‘Because of the lack of any relevant legislation dealing with the rights of cohabiters, she would be in serious difficulties if he were to die suddenly.’
  • ‘About 69% of the couples were living together prior to marriage, with the cohabiters living together an average of 21 months.’
  • ‘Legal sources expect a challenge to this treatment under European law on the grounds of discriminating unfairly against cohabiters.’
  • ‘In Sweden, for instance, 70 percent of cohabiters wed after their first child is born.’