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Synonyms for deflower

to deprive of virginity

Synonyms for deflower

deprive of virginity

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I am still filled with grief when I recollect my personal experience of the coup of 1966 as I was deflowered by the serial acts of betrayal that followed.
And no one says this or that programme is too working-class or upper-class" Veteran actress June Whitfield, below, after the BBC Trust said too much of the Corporation's output was middle-class "I lost my virginity so late that when it finally happened I wasn't so much as deflowered as deadheaded" Comedian Holly Walsh at the Edinburgh Festival "My husband, like boxing-trainerturned-lady Frank Maloney/Kellie knows how it feels to be trapped in the wrong body.
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot by Cardinal Richelieu to impugn the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) by planting evidence to suggest that the nobleman has deflowered the Queen.
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot masterminded by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) to impugn the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) by planting evidence to suggest that the nobleman has deflowered the Queen.
Nathan Rose claimed a double, with Brian Cullen and Danny Goulding adding singles as Upton FC deflowered Rose & Crown with a 4-2 win.
History is a Perpetual Virgin endlessly and repeatedly Deflowered by successive generations of Fucking Liars.
He jumps to the wrong conclusion and thinks it's Ethan the curate who has deflowered his daughter - and promptly beats him up.
That aim is to take the moments when Bess appeared in traditional biographies of Sir Walter -the innocent maid of honour deflowered by the virile Ralegh, the devoted wife and loyal widow keeping her husband's embalmed head with her at all times -and re-examine them from her perspective.
Flashbacks to their incendiary relationship - he was the flamboyant, egomaniacal campus theater genius, she the troubled smart girl from the sticks he deflowered - indicate that it was intoxicating but not too healthy.
I'm not entirely sure, but I believe the Restricted is for men wearing tweed jackets which are a little tight under the arms; the Confined is for people who have been locked in the attic for a minimum of five years due to congenital insanity; the Maiden is for female riders who have yet to be deflowered by the gardener; and the Ladies' Open isn't.
Some of the episodes -- the precocious child protagonist, his spying on his parents, the deflowered virgin's three drops of blood (which, by the way, also appears in Gunter Grass's 1959 novel The Tin Drum) -- are similar.
Just prior to contracting marriage with Pedro da Serra, Maria Pascual and her father, Justo, brought suit against their parish priest, Antonio Rodriguez, for having deflowered her.
Memorable for her strong wrists and the vigour with which she deflowered my wainscot with a chisel, she attacks the wardrobe, calls to Maude, who replies, but we still can't see her.
Through The Green is released at the end of next month and collects some of their previous glorious efforts such as Gin Nation and Deflowered, presents new bits, special takes and contains hidden elements as well as three full-sized songs.