The reader must then take up the baton, receive the message of this missive which has been addressed to her and thus respond to the invitation to have conjugal relations with the text.
In these smaller conjugal families, the roles of husbands and wives feature greater equality and more sharing of responsibilities.
Both parties were getting involved in a second conjugal relationship.
This may explain their higher rates of separation and divorce and their lower levels of satisfaction with conjugal relations and sexuality.
The writer himself says of the conjugal relationship, ‘This is a great mystery, and I am applying it to Christ and the Church.’
If you are going to live with this girl in a conjugal relationship (look it up in the dictionary, James) then it's high time you took a good hard look at yourself and your miserable nature.
A broader preoccupation with conjugal relationships in Victorian politics, literature, and art was probably also a factor.
Women have a degree of material and psychological security but suffer complete instability in conjugal relationships.
The story confirms a preference for the unconsummated love of a distant, but admired object, over the conjugal relationship.
A person with whom you've lived for a period of 12 months or more in a conjugal relationship is generally considered to be a common-law spouse.