Definition of conjugally in English:

conjugally

adverb

See conjugal

‘Tom, in the meantime, has repeatedly taken to the courts in an effort to dispel persistent gossip suggesting that the couple are not conjugally compatible.’
  • ‘Attached to no man conjugally and bereft of blood kin, her primary ties to the domestic narrative have been severed.’
  • ‘A family is defined, for these purposes, as two or more people living together who are conjugally related.’
  • ‘When your spouse, to whom you are conjugally obligated, refuses to cooperate, you are left with no alternative except to comply.’
  • ‘The marriage between them was a marriage, even though the two were never joined conjugally.’