Lolita

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Lolita

An underage girl (i.e., a legal minor) who has sex with older men.
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Brian is instantly smitten with blonde nymphette team-mate Alice Harbinson (Alice Eve), who plans to use the TV exposure to launch herself as an actress.
WHO was the Cannes nymphette in gold frock and shoulder-length yellow hair?
Against Nicolson's better judgment, they had in 1959 published Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita, the story of a man's infatuation with a nymphette, which caused a great stir and helped secure the firm's reputation.
Barnett admitted accessing adult internet sites but said he had also found the indecent images of children by using search terms such as 'Little Lolita' and 'Nymphette'.
He would certainly have enjoyed the tale of a middle-aged professor marrying a mother so he can get close to her nymphette daughter, played by 14- year-old Dominique Swain.
The myth seems to be that beneath the doe-eyed, devout facade lurks a sexually curious nymphette, desperate to be diverted from the path to celestial glory into the bushes nearby for a bit of how's-your-father.
The myth seems to be that beneath the doe-eyed,devout facade lurks a sexually curious nymphette,desperate to be diverted from the path to celestial glory into the bushes nearby for a bit of how's-your-father.
The nubile nymphette is rubbing me down with a heavily-scented Sporting Life and the Moet is flowing faster than a burst pipe in a Glasgow tenement.
I realised trouble was afoot when young Gracie, a blonde, blue-eyed, nymphette of five going on 15, arrived with her Mum for tea.
IT'S not many years ago that a movie about a schoolgirl nymphette and a middle-aged lecher, stood about as much chance of getting into an Irish cinema as Gerry Adams does of being baptised a Free Presbyterian.