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- A Conjugal Scene.Chapters 65-66 (0% in)
- "Ah," said the count, "that is a most conjugal reservation; I recollect that at Rome you said something of a projected marriage.Chapters 39-40 (83% in)
- The baroness shrugged her shoulders with an air of ineffable contempt, while her husband, affecting not to observe this unconjugal gesture, turned towards Monte Cristo and said,—"Upon my word, count, I am quite sorry not to have met you sooner.Chapters 47-48 (14% in)
- As for his wife, he bowed to her, as some husbands do to their wives, but in a way that bachelors will never comprehend, until a very extensive code is published on conjugal life.Chapters 75-76 (63% in)
There are no more uses of "conjugal" in The Count of Monte Cristo.
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