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cohabitate

[kōhab′itāt]
to live together in a relationship when not married.
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The shadows touch, overlap and climb onto other figures, the shapes cohabitate the space in a pleasing dance from real form, to the resulting dark shapes.
Research has even suggested that the benefits of living with two biological parents who are married are not gained when two biological parents cohabitate.
Some of these species, in fact, cohabitate with symbiotic algae in the shallows but survive on their own in water 40 m or deeper.
It wasn't that long ago that marriage between different races was illegal, and it was also a crime to cohabitate without marriage," Herbert said.
As far as interoperability is concerned--and forgive me if this brings back bad memories of Statistics 101--b is compatible with g, g is compatible with b but only at b's throughput, and a--the most difficult one out of the bunch--is compatible with neither but is willing to cohabitate with either within the same device.
When the radical Marat was granted the honours of Pantheonization it was also decided that he could not cohabitate in the Pantheon of national heroes with the moderate Mirabeau.
When my wife and I decided to cohabitate a few years ago, we sat down and did an informal inventory of our household items to see what we had and what we lacked.
They wrote their own ceremony, which has lines in it like: "Will you, Clyde, take Nancy to cohabitate in a meaningful relationship until it is no longer meaningful?
Because the graphics processor unit, GPU, grew in greater complexity than the CPU during the past eight years, exceeding the transistor count, and matching or exceeding the die size of the CPU, many thought the two would never be able to cohabitate.
The problem in Burundi is the opposing ethnicities cohabitate, but they don't talk,'' Nibasumba said recently at Middlebury before returning home for the winter break.
I've found that some couples cohabitate for convenience sake.
The peoples, however, will have to cohabitate one way or another.