chaste


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Synonyms for chaste

Synonyms for chaste

morally beyond reproach, especially in sexual conduct

Antonyms for chaste

morally pure (especially not having experienced sexual intercourse)

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pure and simple in design or style

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abstaining from unlawful sexual intercourse

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In foregrounding the watermen's pivotal role in the gentleman's escape, this moment in Chaste Maid also implicitly speaks to the economic difficulties of Thames watermen at this time.
I wish that every chaste woman sue Mohammad Al Shaikh for slandering," he wrote on his Twitter account.
Three of the most promising herbal supplements trending currently are cramp bark, ginkgo biloba, and chaste tree berry.
This is why the truly chaste among the bishops, clergy and lay people must be courageous in exercising leadership.
Eighty-six of the women received one 20 mg dry chaste tree extract tablet each day, and the other 84 took a matching placebo.
Those living in Catholic Worker homes or remaining chaste before and after marriage are in the minority.
But I think it is more the enforcement of laws often across national borders and that is quite a difficult job sometimes and I am a great supporter of Chaste.
Notably, if memory serves, the top choice of teen girls in the 1980 survey was "California highway patrol motorcycle officer," and the lead career from the 1965 survey was "spunky and alluring yet chaste and wholesome surfer girl.
Wagner's libretto couldn't be more straightforward: After a period of carnal dissipation in the company of Venus, our indecisive hero, Tannhauser, finds himself back in chaste Wartburg.
Using over 860 criminal cases (xinke tiben) in the First Historical Archives in Beijing, Theiss analyzes the state-sponsored chastity cult, which honored chaste widows and "chastity martyrs," women who committed suicide to assert their innocence against accusations of unchaste behavior, during the Qianlong reign (1736-1795).
River Farm Chaste Tree: River Farm was George Washington's boyhood home until he inherited Mount Vernon from his brother at age 11.
What this had to do with the dancer's stage attire is not clear unless Bennahum intends to accentuate the contrast between the offstage libertine and the chaste, onstage sylph.
The house has a glacial composure and otherworldly beauty that recalls (if not too much of an Oriental cliche) the poise and grace of a classical geisha carefully settling herself down between a couple of slightly dissolute salarymen for an evening's chaste entertainment.
Sarah, who has been appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with award-winning theatre company Grid Iron, was part of a 17 strong company of actors who played the Lawrence Batley Theatre with a production of a drama classic, Thomas Middleton's A Chaste Maid In Cheapside.
Chaste tree is a deciduous aromatic shrub native to Mediterranean Europe, central Asia and parts of India, but now widely cultivated in sub-tropical regions.