constuprate

  • 1 Constuprate — Con stu*prate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Construprated}; p. p. & vb. n. {Constuprating}.] [L. constupratus, p. p. of constuprare to ravish; con + stuprare to ravish, stuprum rape.] To ravish; to debauch. Burton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 constuprate — index violate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 constuprate — /konst(y)apreyt/ To ravish, debauch, violate, rape …

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  • 4 constuprate — /konst(y)apreyt/ To ravish, debauch, violate, rape …

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  • 5 constuprate — To violate; to debauch; to defile …

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  • 6 constuprate — transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin constupratus, past participle of constuprare, from com + stuprare to ravish obsolete : ravish …

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  • 7 Construprated — Constuprate Con stu*prate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Construprated}; p. p. & vb. n. {Constuprating}.] [L. constupratus, p. p. of constuprare to ravish; con + stuprare to ravish, stuprum rape.] To ravish; to debauch. Burton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Constuprating — Constuprate Con stu*prate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Construprated}; p. p. & vb. n. {Constuprating}.] [L. constupratus, p. p. of constuprare to ravish; con + stuprare to ravish, stuprum rape.] To ravish; to debauch. Burton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 violate — vi·o·late / vī ə ˌlāt/ vt lat·ed, lat·ing: to go against (as a prohibition or principle): fail to observe or respect violate a law civil rights were violated violate due process vi·o·la·tion /ˌvī ə lā shən/ n …

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  • 10 deflour — v. a. 1. Debauch, defile, constuprate, corrupt (to lewdness), seduce, rob of virginity. 2. Rob of its first bloom, spoil of its primal beauty, deprive of its freshness …

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  • 11 ravish — v. a. 1. Violate, deflour, constuprate, defile, abuse, debauch, force, outrage, commit rape upon. 2. Enchant, charm, captivate, delight, enrapture, transport, entrance, delight, overjoy. 3. Strip, seize, snatch by force …

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  • 12 violate — v. a. 1. Injure, hurt. 2. Break, infringe, transgress, invade, break through, trench upon, encroach upon, set at naught, disobey. 3. Profane, desecrate, pollute, do violence to. 4. Abuse, outrage, ravish, deflour, debauch, constuprate, defile,… …

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  • 13 force — I. n. 1. Strength (regarded as active), power, might, energy, vigor. 2. Efficacy, efficiency, potency, validity, cogency, virtue, agency. 3. Violence, compulsion, coercion, constraint, enforcement. 4. [Most frequently in pl.] Army, troop, legion …

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  • 14 abuse — v 1. misuse, misemploy, misapply, misappropriate; wrong, aggrieve, Inf. shaft, Inf. give [s.o.] the shaft, disrespect, Sl. do [s.o.] dirty, Sl. kick [s.o.] around; profane, pervert, prostitute; exploit, impose upon, take advantage of, walk all… …

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  • 15 betray — v 1. inform against, Sl. blow the whistle on, Sl. rat on; knife or stab in the back, Sl. do [s.o.] dirt; play Judas, give the Judas kiss to, Inf. sell out, deliver up, Inf. sell [s.o.] down the river; Inf. double cross, Sl. two time; break faith… …

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  • 16 deflower — v 1. violate, rape, ravish, molest, take, steal [s.o. s] maidenhead, deprive of virginity, Obs. devirginate, Obs. constuprate, Obs. stuprate; force, attack, assault, abuse; Euph. take advantage of, Euph. have one s way with, ill treat, ill use,… …

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  • 17 rape — n 1.{all usu. in reference to sexual relations) assault, attack, violation, molestation, ravishment; defilement, seduction; abuse, maltreatment, ill usage; deflowering devirgination, Obs. constupration, Obs. stupration. 2.(usu. of persons)… …

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  • 18 constupration — constuprāˈtion noun • • • Main Entry: ↑constuprate …

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