fornicator


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See "A Poet's Welcome To His Love-Begotten Daughter" (1784): "Tho' now they ca' me Fornicator,/ .
Another strategy was to replace a vulgar term with a learned synonym lacking its profane connotations, as in "`The fornicator ducked back'" (311), or with a near-sounding placebo, such as "`Go muck yourself, he said in English and then, in Spanish, to the armoured car driver" (241).
I will not venture to decide whether [the arguments] are sufficient to justify the moral anomaly of punishing the accessory when the principal is (and must be) allowed to go free; of fining or imprisoning the procurer, but not the fornicator .
12) Similarly expansive, known as a hugely indiscriminate eater and fornicator, and because it forages and scavenges everywhere, the pig is seized upon as an agent which concentrates the forest within the digestive unity of its single belly.
JFK also had his father traduced, with former ambassador Joseph Kennedy being described as, among other things, a serial fornicator, bootlegger, and Nazi sympathiser.
He was a roisterer, a duellist, a fornicator and, as his old commander noted, possessed of a famously abusive tongue.
No one excuses a fornicator before God, nor is what the apostle says in Hebrews 13[:4] rendered void--"marriage is honorable and sacred, moreover, the Lord will judge fornicators and adulterers.
Make no mistake about this: no fornicator, no unclean or lustful person--in effect an idolater--has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God.
I'm not separating from Gaynor," yelps the little fornicator.
Bennett finds the conceptual heart of the play in the related problems of fornication and calumny, and the central problem here is the lie that the Duke is a fornicator.
The truth is that there is much controversy among biblical scholars as to the meanings of Hebrew and especially Greek terms used in both the Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament, terms often translated as homosexual or fornicator.
A chubby, middle-aged male protester, perhaps recalling better times, told White, "I'm a fornicator.
61) The court distinguished Paul by explaining that shunning is passive, while the measures taken in this case were active--the Elders publicly denounced Guinn as a fornicator and even informed other area congregations of her disfellowship.
With Leora, Haze is more concerned with establishing what he is not and seeks to avoid becoming - a preacher - than with what he is about to become - a fornicator.
Whether you're gay or straight, an adulterer or a fornicator, sexual sin is sexual sin.