(1) How did one make domestic routine sound like connubial bliss when the highlight of my day had been the hour my partner and I spent together in the garden admiring our new roses?(2) His armpits start smelling of meat; he becomes an urban caveman, forever subjecting Russia to ├ö├ç├┐the detailed exaction of his connubial rights├ö├ç├û.(3) Look for ├ö├ç├┐scholarly├ö├ç├û studies in the years to come, tracing every blip in the Canadian divorce rate to the gays and their subversive connubial happiness.(4) For all its white heat, in other words, the sur-reality of Friday Night left me alone in the earthbound darkness, coolly and contractively contemplating the state of my own connubial bond.(5) At a time when tabloid headlines and reality TV shows make a nightly travesty of eternal devotion and connubial bliss, queer sweethearts have provided the season's most sincere and sentimental romantic comedy.(6) 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.(7) No matter our culture, class, connubiality , community, or conviviality we as Christians are unified in our profession of Christ as Lord.(8) Boys and girls, now connubially linked, escape at last on the very final page.(9) 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.(10) So if you practice Catholicism, and wish to remain a Catholic, you must honor the connubiality of the Eucharist.(11) The law of Land regulates the right of the free man - including countrymen - in matters of freehold, heritage, connubiality , neighbourhood and so on, the feudal law regulates the relationship between the classes.(12) I don't use this phrase to condemn anyone who becomes connubially blissful, by the way.(13) People are now aware that maintaining a marriage requires skill, and no longer believe stable connubiality depends merely on a marriage license and children.(14) And perhaps that's why I did what I did, that interminable January, putting hearth and home and 40 years of relatively blissful connubiality , to say nothing of children's inheritance, at risk.(15) And off they go and connubially link themselves without even having the banns read.