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Monogamy Meaning in Context with Images & Real Examples

Monogamy meaning in context with images and real examples from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, monogamy, with synonyms, antonyms and parts of speech about marriage, and improve your reading comprehension as well.

/məˈnɒg.ə.mi/ (noun)

Monogamy meaning

the state of being married only to one person at a time, coupledom, fidelity, loyalty

Monogamy in context

Monogamy is a relationship with only one partner at a time, rather than multiple partners. A monogamous relationship can be sexual or emotional, but it’s usually both. Many modern relationships are monogamous. But even if they want to be with just one partner, some people have trouble staying monogamous. This can lead to infidelity, separation, breakups, and divorce.

Source of example:


bigamy, polygamy

Parts of speech

Adjective: monogamous

Adverb: monogamously

Noun: monogamist

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