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  • 1 deflour — de*flour , v. t. [Pref. de + flower.] Same as {Deflower}. [archaic] [1913 Webster] He died innocent and before the sweetness of his soul was defloured and ravished from him. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 deflour — deflower de*flow er, v. t. [Previously also spelled {deflour}.] [imp. & p. p. {Deflowered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deflowering}.] [F. d[ e]florer, LL. deflorare; L. de + flos, floris, flower. See {Flower}, and cf. {Deflorate}.] 1. To deprive of flowers …

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  • 3 deflour — deflore, deflour obs. forms of deflower …

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  • 4 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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  • 5 Deflorate — De*flo rate, a. [LL. defloratus, p. p. of deflorare. See {Deflour}.] (Bot.) Past the flowering state; having shed its pollen. Gray. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 deflower — de*flow er, v. t. [Previously also spelled {deflour}.] [imp. & p. p. {Deflowered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deflowering}.] [F. d[ e]florer, LL. deflorare; L. de + flos, floris, flower. See {Flower}, and cf. {Deflorate}.] 1. To deprive of flowers. [1913… …

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  • 7 Deflowered — deflower de*flow er, v. t. [Previously also spelled {deflour}.] [imp. & p. p. {Deflowered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deflowering}.] [F. d[ e]florer, LL. deflorare; L. de + flos, floris, flower. See {Flower}, and cf. {Deflorate}.] 1. To deprive of flowers …

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  • 8 Deflowering — deflower de*flow er, v. t. [Previously also spelled {deflour}.] [imp. & p. p. {Deflowered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deflowering}.] [F. d[ e]florer, LL. deflorare; L. de + flos, floris, flower. See {Flower}, and cf. {Deflorate}.] 1. To deprive of flowers …

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  • 9 Depucelate — De*pu ce*late, v. t. [L. de + LL. pucella virgin, F. pucelle: cf. F. d[ e]puceler.] To deflour; to deprive of virginity. [Obs.] Bailey. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 Depudicate — De*pu di*cate, v. t. [L. depudicatus, p. p. of depudicare.] To deflour; to dishonor. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 Violate — Vi o*late, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Violates}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Violating}.] [L. violatus, p. p. of violare to violate, fr. vis strength, force. See {Violent}.] 1. To treat in a violent manner; to abuse. [1913 Webster] His wife Boadicea violated with …

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  • 12 Violates — Violate Vi o*late, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Violates}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Violating}.] [L. violatus, p. p. of violare to violate, fr. vis strength, force. See {Violent}.] 1. To treat in a violent manner; to abuse. [1913 Webster] His wife Boadicea… …

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  • 13 Violating — Violate Vi o*late, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Violates}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Violating}.] [L. violatus, p. p. of violare to violate, fr. vis strength, force. See {Violent}.] 1. To treat in a violent manner; to abuse. [1913 Webster] His wife Boadicea… …

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  • 16 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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  • 17 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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  • 18 abuse — I. v. a. 1. Misuse, misemploy, misapply, pervert, prostitute, desecrate, dishonor, profane, pollute, make an ill use of, deceive, impose on, betray, cajole, seduce by cajolery. 2. Maltreat, harm, injure, hurt, ill treat, ill use. 3. Revile,… …

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  • 19 debauch — I. v. a. 1. Corrupt, vitiate, deprave, pollute. 2. Seduce, corrupt (to lewdness), deflour, rob or spoil of virginity. II. n. 1. Debauchery, excess, intemperance, dissipation, dissoluteness, licentiousness, lewdness, lust or gluttony. 2. Potation …

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  • 20 defile — I. v. a. 1. Soil, dirty, stain, tarnish, make foul or filthy. 2. Sully, taint, pollute, corrupt, vitiate, debase, contaminate, poison. 3. Debauch, corrupt, seduce, deflour, rob of virginity. II. v. n. File off, march in a line …

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