deflower


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to deprive of virginity

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deprive of virginity

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The victim told the investigator that the accused deflowered her.
I got married to him at the age of 22, and he was the one who deflowered me.
"One of us has had her entire precious life deflowered. But it saddens that when we tried to raise our voice on the issues, the school said the affected girls were pretending."
For how long our little flowers will continue to be deflowered. For God's sake punish the perpetrators and set an example for others so that no one can dare to repeat the same.
A first night of passion culminates in Hugh telling Jay she is now the target of a sexually transmitted spectre that mercilessly stalks each deflowered victim.
A first night of passion culminates in Hugh informing Jay she is now the target of a sexually transmitted spectre that stalks each deflowered victim.
"You're not going to believe me but I need to you to remember what I say," he barks, informing Jay that she is now the target of a sexually transmitted spectre that silently and mercilessly stalks each deflowered victim.
"You're not going to believe me but I need to you to remember what I say," he barks, informing Jay that she is now the target a sexually transmitted spectre that silently and mercilessly stalks each deflowered victim.
All is going well until their flight is disrupted by a homeward bound young Cuban, on the run from a notorious local gangster, whose daughter he has not only deflowered, but given cause to take a trip around Mothercare.
"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.
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.
Arriving in Cairo, he learns that Blancheflore is being held by a cruel Emir who, every night, deflowers and slays one of his maiden slaves.
That is true, but from there it re-invents: A Tanjawi who Stein meets not only deflowers her, but also follows her back to Paris and becomes a part of her life.
The Marquise de Merteuil offers the rakish Vicomte de Valmont a night in her boudoir if he deflowers a young virgin, but he is more concerned with chasing a young, married woman 1988 ????