marital bed

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Noun1.marital bed - the relationship between wife and husbandmarital bed - the relationship between wife and husband
family relationship, kinship, relationship - (anthropology) relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption
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Wayne hasn't been allowed in the marital bed since the news broke because Coleen needs to believe he is telling the truth when he says he won't stray again.
Joan Mugenzi, who carries out research into HIV and Aids at Makerere University in Uganda's capital, Kampala, says: "Most women have become infected in the marital bed.
Blair said: "We don't even share a marital bed as the tent only has single Army camp beds and sleeping bags.
Miss Eyre's book has also asserted that Queen Sofia has not slept in the marital bed since 1976 and only remains in the marriage out of 'a sense of duty'.
Then it's a case of getting the boys in line, and ensuring Mum and Dad can have a good night's sleep-together, in their marital bed.
A police officer found Bidgway, 38, kneeling beside her body as she lay on the marital bed.
As Kevin tempted Molly with the view of the Brewers Yard from his marital bed I couldn't help thinking Tony was in the right place.
Apparently, the wife of one actually arranged his afternoon with the call girl to spice up their marital bed.
Mr Malibiran decided to sleep on the sofa, thinking his wife would return to the marital bed, saidMr Hughes.
She has every right to sink into the marital bed tonight and feel rather pleased with herself.
Other issues which lead to disagreements in the boudoir include allowing children to sleep in the marital bed and venturing on to the wrong side.