Deflourer \De*flour"er\, n. See {Deflowerer}. [archaic] [1913 Webster]

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  • deflower — 1 deprive (esp. a woman) of virginity. 2 ravage, spoil. 3 strip of flowers. Etymology: ME f. OF deflourer, des , ult. f. LL deflorare (as DE , L flos floris flower) …   Useful english dictionary

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