Definition of connubially in English:




See connubial

‘And off they go and connubially link themselves without even having the banns read.’
  • ‘I don't use this phrase to condemn anyone who becomes connubially blissful, by the way.’
  • ‘Many of them, upon arriving in the United States, chose to attach themselves to the community, religiously, connubially, geographically, or occupationally, expanding its size even further.’
  • ‘Boys and girls, now connubially linked, escape at last on the very final page.’
  • ‘I like to think of myself as an easy-going, connubially minded sort of chap, so I'm always disturbed by my response to this.’