conjugal conjugal  /ˈkɑn dʒə ɡəl/


  • (adj) of or relating to marriage or to the relationship between a wife and husband


  1. The conjugal life is bathed in red, at first, and death and danger in blue -- until the film begins switching and juxtaposing them incessantly to create underlying tension.
  2. The trafficker, Luis Gonzaga Castro Flores, was apparently allowed to have several women pay him conjugal visits.
  3. Moored to his living room couch is a shoe salesman who is more interested in watching sports than conjugal relations.


  • Gay Israeli Prisoners Win Right to Conjugal Visits

    Homosexual prisoners will be allowed conjugal visits with their partners under the same circumstances they are granted to heterosexual ones, the Israel Prison Service has said. Click here for the rest of the article...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The Forward


  1. Within hours, Berlusconi responded with a love letter that _ in the words of an Italian commentator _ "will be used in years to come by men from the left and the right as a blueprint for conjugal repentance."
    on Feb 8, 2007 By: Silvio Berlusconi Source: Washington Post

  2. "At the root of the confusion and error about marriage is the contraceptive mentality which would have us believe that the inherently procreative nature of the conjugal union can in practice be mechanically or chemically eliminated while the marital...
    on May 8, 2009 By: Raymond Burke Source: FOXNews

  3. "They have the right to visits, access to (conjugal visits) and all the other legal prerogatives of all inmates," Castro wrote.
    on Mar 24, 2008 By: Fidel Castro Source: International Herald Tribune

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