unconsummated


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not consummated (especially of a marriage)

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THE 19th- century writer John Ruskin's unconsummated six-year marriage to Effie Gray has led to years of speculation about his sexuality and the subject isn't properly explored in this period piece.
Like the solitary pillar in Acacia, several dozen kilometres to the North, some of the homes have already been abandoned and stand mute testimony to an unconsummated pledge made by the past administration of a quicker and comfortable daily travel between Manila and the provinces north of it.
Effie Gray 108mins12A JOHN Ruskin's unconsummated marriage to Effie Gray has led to years of speculation - some say the famous art critic was a paedophile.
The 19th-century writer John Ruskin's unconsummated six-year marriage to Effie Gray has led to years of speculation about his sexuality and the subject isn't properly explored in this period piece.
Unconsummated marriage, also referred to as white marriage (6), or honeymoon impotence (7,8) is used to describe a situation in which a couple has not been able to have normal penile-vaginal intercourse despite several attempts following their marriage (3,6,9).
In the end, the quartet bow to the old morality and the wife-swapping remains unconsummated.
At the center of Marek Waldorf's darkly mesmerizing debut novel is an unconsummated national tragedy.
She fled Worpswede and her unconsummated marriage on a cold night in February 1906, wishing to pursue an independent path in Paris.
The first half is devoted to a familiar story: the eccentric childhood and young adulthood of Nancy Mitford and her sisters, her unhappy and unconsummated engagement to Hamish St.
The greatest and most unifying hero of all, the one who appeared to reconcile France's past with her present, was Cyrano; yet, as Datta asserts, Rostand simultaneously celebrates and undermines heroic qualities in this character (92-93), whose unconsummated love for Roxane is played out through what is arguably a more important relationship with another man.
The band now knows she is not Will Scarlet, a knife-wielding lad, but a fearless, rebellious, titled Lady, trapped for political purposes in a forced, unconsummated marriage with Lord Gisbourne.
And our salutations on his upcoming 83rd birthday, June 27, to Ross Perot, the unconsummated savior of this moribund middleclass
Late in the March workshop, actors Ryan Winkles and Stephanie Hedges tackled the scene in which Astrov and Yelena bid farewell to each other and to their unconsummated attraction.
For early modern writers, the intimate could be fleeting and nonpenetrative (as in the unconsummated desire in Christopher Marlowe's Hero and Leander); nonreproductive (as in the anal pleasures of William Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well); surface-level (as in the sadomasochistic skin markings that create pleasure in Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher's The Maid's Tragedy); and experienced not between two individuals but among a group (as in the erotic exchanges of the cloistered nuns imagined in the anonymous The Merry Devil of Edmonton).
Will the sparks of their previously unconsummated love flicker into flames?