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vir·gin·i·ty

(vĭr-jin'i-tē),
The virgin state.
[L. virginitas]

virginity

[vurjin′itē]
the state of being a virgin.

virginity

Sexual naivté Never having engaged in sexual congress, intercourse; the classic finding in ♀virgins is an intact hymen. See Abstinence, Hymen.

vir·gin·i·ty

(vĭr-jin'i-tē)
The virgin state.
[L. virginitas]
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Her step-brother Sebastian, played by Ryan Phillippe, shares her evil streak and debauched ways and takes great pleasure in deflowering innocent, young virgins and recording his numerous conquests in a leather-bound diary.
IEG pulled out of the event after it was discovered the couple never intended to go through with the mutual deflowering, and that the sponsors of the event intended to charge a fee for watching the deception after announcing it would be free of charge.
The dramatic scenes unfold in tonight's double-bill episode of River City, with Bob thumping the chef from Chicago for deflowering his girlfriend Charlie.
His lecherous pals include Dino (Sean Faris), who devotes all his energy to deflowering his girlfriend (Missy Peregrym) - ``There's something about being the first guy there,'' he leers wistfully - and Jonathan (Chris Lowell), who's reticent about pursuing a relationship with his platonic pal (Kelly Osbourne - perhaps Jon has glimpsed her gene pool).
asks boyfriend Peter (Jeremy Davies) after deflowering fiance Lee (Maggie Gyllenhaal).
Robert Earnshaw's jubilant picture was splashed across page after page of the Echo for his truly heroic performance at Wales' deflowering of Germany at the Millennium Stadium.
I'll leave you to decide which deflowering is the more likely.
This is apparently how Edwina Currie received the news of her daughter Debbie's deflowering.
He notes that they do not necessarily reflect what actually transpired, and avoids the blunder of Cissie Fairchilds who takes at face value the girls' claims that deflowering usually took place through violence.
For reasons beyond this reviewer's comprehension, a third friend named Fitzgerald (Jeff Urqhart) decides that, since Rodney and Stew are both 30, they need deflowering.