from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Being in violation of marriage vows; adulterous: an extramarital affair.
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- adj. Taking place outside marriage.
- adj. Adulterous
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- adj. characterized by adultery
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In order to spice things up a bit, the wife gives her husband a “hall pass,” which allows him to engage in extramarital encounters for a whole week.
In 1929, after approaching him for mentorship, Frida Kahlo married another Mexican artist, Diego Rivera, but while he encouraged her art, their marriage was fairly tumultuous, as both had hot tempers and engaged in extramarital affairs.
Pentecostals do not drink, gamble, or engage in extramarital sex; so all of that formerly illicit energy can go into either business or education.
Larry Craig and David Vitter — “two United States Senators implicated in extramarital sexual activity” — have named themselves as co-sponsors of S.J. Res. 43, the Marriage Protection Amendment.
When engaging in extramarital gay sex, do you have to wear a wetsuit?
If [libertarians] allow that [using recreational drugs, watching pornography, engaging in extramarital sex, and so forth] might nevertheless be morally wrong, the conservative can in principle endorse the libertarian program.
Your hypocrisy is well known, campaigning for morality while engaged in extramarital affairs and demonstrating an absence of even a shred of compassion.
From USA Today: "To hear Premiere magazine tell it, Arnold Schwarzenegger is an uncouth boor who frequently groped women and engaged in extramarital liaisons."
"Good Morning America" Wednesday and insisted she's telling the truth about a long-term extramarital relationship she had with Cain.
Cain put the breaks on his presidential campaign in December after his bid unraveled following allegations of sexual harassment and a long-term extramarital affair.