Con*nu"bi*al (#), a. [L. connubialis, fr. connubium marriage; con- + nubere to veil, to marry. See Nupital.]

Of or pertaining to marriage, or the marriage state; conjugal; nuptial.

Nor Eve the rites Mysterious of connubial love refused. Milton.

Kind, connubial tenderness. Goldsmith.


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