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characterized by adultery

not faithful to a spouse or lover

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Further, she explained when questioned that the bishop had ordered that they separate because she was living adulterously with Andrea.
Woodhull" and thereby implies that they are all sexually, adulterously licentious.
The first Paget scandal was when Sir Charles' brother Henry, first Marquis of Anglesey, left his wife and eight children to elope adulterously in 1808 with Lady Charlotte Wellesley, sister-in-law to the Duke of Wellington.
ATHIS is a problem of your mind, not your body which is functioning adequately - if adulterously.
Adulterously coupled to these "straunge leumans," the clerks bring forth an illegitimate progeny of monstrous writings that ought to be destroyed rather than maintained by the monasteries.
was seeking was not the right to establish paternity, but more importantly, the right to obtain parental rights.(63) Scalia, no fewer than six times, referred to Michael (as if to drive home a point) as the "adulterous natural father"(64) For example, when discussing (indeed, mocking) Justice Brennan's idea that Michael has a "freedom not to conform," Scalia stated that Gerald must concomitantly have a "freedom to conform" and that "[o]ne of them will pay a price for asserting that 'freedom' -- Michael by being unable to act as father of the child he has adulterously begotten, or Gerald by being unable to preserve the integrity of the traditional family unit he and Victoria have established."(65) Even the casual observer could not miss the subliminal message in that passage.
What is more, this treacherous tyrant was living adulterously and out of wedlock with Queen Guinevere, who had broken the vows of her earlier marriage'.(26) The resemblance to Hamlet is noteworthy; but here the presence of myth is much more obvious.
In this frankly light work, Euripides deflated one of the best-known legends of Greek mythology, that Helen ran off adulterously with Paris to Troy.
The Revolution harpies of France, sprung from Night and Hell, or from that chaotic Anarchy which generates equivocally "all monstrous, all prodigious things," cuckoo-like, adulterously lay their eggs, and brood over, and hatch them in the nest of every neighboring state.
Sybil Weir claims that Cassandra's scars "signify her victory over a society which proclaimed women sexual imbediles and which would automatically condemn Cassandra for loving adulterously" (435).