from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who cohabits with another
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who dwells with another, or in the same place or country.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who dwells with another or in the same place.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Lohan, 50, was booked Monday night in West Hollywood, Calif., for inflicting corporal injury on a cohabitant, false imprisonment and preventing a report of victimization.
We would not admit it amongst each other, but each man was pleased to have her in our midst, even though our close quarters already meant that we had spent the last few hours in a dreamless half sleep crushed up against legs and feet on either side, which was preferable, we had all agreed, to accidentally snuggling up to a cohabitant as a man would to a wife.
The case of Ariza v. Canada (2007) denied entry to Canada to a Muslim who might have claimed to have a wife in the Philippines and a common law cohabitant wife in Canada concurrently.
My then-cohabitant adopted her, and when he moved out, she stayed behind.
The court is also to consider "any history of abuse by one parent or any other person seeking custody against any related children, the other parent, or the spouse, cohabitant or person with whom that party is involved in a dating relationship".
If your cohabitant needs to have a long chat, she should take it outside.
And can I say (sorry NB) my cohabitant can be really challenging when it comes to being green.
The protein identified in hydra shares traits with those found in scorpion venom and in the common leech – and while leeches have been used since ancient times to help in the practice of healing wounds, scorpions have generally been seen as an unwelcome cohabitant in our environment.
As if things weren't interesting enough for Ethical Councillor Julian Graves and his cohabitant with Builders and Artifact instability, he gets another problem.
A general purpose civil union would qualify; the status as cohabitant who is protected alongside a spouse by domestic violence statutes does not, it seems tome.