monogamy

Part of speech: noun

Monogamist.

Part of speech: adjective

MONOGAMOUS.

Part of speech: noun

Marriage to but one husband or wife.

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Usage examples "monogamy":

  1. Even the proverbs in the large collection, 10: 1- 22: 16, which are definitely designated as the Proverbs of Solomon, emphasize monogamy and denounce rulers who oppress their subjects. - "The Makers and Teachers of Judaism", Charles Foster Kent.
  2. From the occasional references to the scoffers, the absence of allusions to idolatry, and the fact that monogamy is here assumed, we may infer that some of them at least come from the Persian or even the Greek periods. - "The Makers and Teachers of Judaism", Charles Foster Kent.
  3. With your system of genetics, so much more logical and efficient than our strict monogamy, your race will undoubtedly make more progress in a few centuries than we made in many millennia. - "The Galaxy Primes", Edward Elmer Smith.