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co·hab·it / kōˈhabit/ • v. (-hab·it·ed , -hab·it·ing ) [intr.] live together and have a sexual relationship without being married. ∎  coexist. DERIVATIVES: co·hab·it·ant n. co·hab·i·ta·tion / kōˌhabəˈtāshən/ n. co·hab·it·er n.

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cohabit

cohabit XVI. — late L. cohabitāre.
So cohabitation XV. Cf. (O)F. cohabiter, -ation, and see CO-, HABITATION.

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