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  • After the war he came to the city only a couple of times.
  • Tell them to get back to you in a couple of days.
  • The marriage proved difficult, as the couple did not particularly like each other.
  • This was the couple's first public appearance together as husband and wife.
  • They were the first same-sex couple to be featured on the show.
  • The couple eventually shared a home and have lived together for many years.
  • But, the family must wait a couple of years before having another child.
  • The couple's first night as husband and wife was not a successful one.
  • The couple's first night as husband and wife was not a successful one.
  • Marriage is considered one of the most important events in a couple's lives.
  • The world tour also featured a couple of the new songs.
  • Her father would send the couple money each month to help.
  • In what proved to be a long and happy marriage, the couple had four children.
  • The couple's working relationship became personal and resulted in marriage the following year.
  • The longer a couple is in the study, the better they are at using the method.
  • The couple's relationship was initially kept out of the mass media.
  • She was the third child of the couple's four children.
  • The pair lived together as a couple for a few months.
  • The questions were either general knowledge or based on the couple's personal/public lives.
  • After a couple of days, he returned with a complex object.
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Meaning of couple

  • noun A pair who associate with one another
    the engaged couple, an inseparable twosome
  • noun A pair of people who live together
    a married couple from Chicago
  • noun A small indefinite number
    he's coming for a couple of days
  • noun Two items of the same kind
  • noun (physics) something joined by two equal and opposite forces that act along parallel lines
  • verb Link together
    can we couple these proposals?