advoutry

  • 1 Advoutry — Ad*vou try, Advowtry Ad*vow try, n. [OE. avoutrie, avouterie, advoutrie, OF. avoutrie, avulterie, fr. L. adulterium. Cf. {Adultery}.] Adultery. [Obs.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 advoutry — advoutrer /əd vowˈtrər/ and advoutry / tri/ obsolete forms intermediate between ↑avoutrer and ↑adulterer, etc …

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  • 3 advoutry — /aedvawtriy/ In old English law, adultery between parties both of whom were married. Or the offense by an adulteress of continuing to live with the man with whom she committed the adultery. Sometimes spelled advowtry. See advoutrer …

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  • 4 advoutry — /aedvawtriy/ In old English law, adultery between parties both of whom were married. Or the offense by an adulteress of continuing to live with the man with whom she committed the adultery. Sometimes spelled advowtry. See advoutrer …

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  • 5 advoutry — Same as adultery …

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  • 6 Advowtry — Advoutry Ad*vou try, Advowtry Ad*vow try, n. [OE. avoutrie, avouterie, advoutrie, OF. avoutrie, avulterie, fr. L. adulterium. Cf. {Adultery}.] Adultery. [Obs.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Adulterate — A*dul ter*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adulterated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adulterating}.] [L. adulteratus, p. p. of adulterare, fr. adulter adulterer, prob. fr. ad + alter other, properly one who approaches another on account of unlawful love. Cf.… …

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  • 8 Adulterated — Adulterate A*dul ter*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adulterated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adulterating}.] [L. adulteratus, p. p. of adulterare, fr. adulter adulterer, prob. fr. ad + alter other, properly one who approaches another on account of unlawful love …

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  • 9 Adulterating — Adulterate A*dul ter*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adulterated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adulterating}.] [L. adulteratus, p. p. of adulterare, fr. adulter adulterer, prob. fr. ad + alter other, properly one who approaches another on account of unlawful love …

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  • 10 Adulteries — Adultery A*dul ter*y, n.; pl. {Adulteries}. [L. adulterium. See {Advoutry}.] 1. The unfaithfulness of a married person to the marriage bed; sexual intercourse by a married man with another than his wife, or voluntary sexual intercourse by a… …

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  • 11 Adultery — A*dul ter*y, n.; pl. {Adulteries}. [L. adulterium. See {Advoutry}.] 1. The unfaithfulness of a married person to the marriage bed; sexual intercourse by a married man with another than his wife, or voluntary sexual intercourse by a married woman… …

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  • 12 Avowtry — A*vow try, v. t. Adultery. See {Advoutry}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13 double adultery — Adultery A*dul ter*y, n.; pl. {Adulteries}. [L. adulterium. See {Advoutry}.] 1. The unfaithfulness of a married person to the marriage bed; sexual intercourse by a married man with another than his wife, or voluntary sexual intercourse by a… …

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  • 14 single adultery — Adultery A*dul ter*y, n.; pl. {Adulteries}. [L. adulterium. See {Advoutry}.] 1. The unfaithfulness of a married person to the marriage bed; sexual intercourse by a married man with another than his wife, or voluntary sexual intercourse by a… …

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  • 15 Impurity — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Impurity >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 impurity impurity Sgm: N 1 uncleanness uncleanness &c.(filth) 653 Sgm: N 1 immodesty immodesty Sgm: N 1 grossness grossness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 indelicacy …

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  • 16 adultery — n. Violation of the marriage bed, infidelity, breaking of the marriage vows, advoutry, criminal conversation, crim. con …

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  • 17 advowtry — /aedvawtriy/ See advoutry …

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  • 18 advowtry — /aedvawtriy/ See advoutry …

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  • 19 advoutrer — /əd vowˈtrər/ and advoutry / tri/ obsolete forms intermediate between ↑avoutrer and ↑adulterer, etc …

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  • 20 advoutreradvoutry — advoutrer /əd vowˈtrər/ and advoutry / tri/ obsolete forms intermediate between avoutrer and adulterer, etc …

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