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chastity

Sexology An abstinence from unlawful sexual activity, either outside or inside marriage; total abstinence, celibacy. See Celibacy.
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"In my opinion the Avro Lancaster was the finest fourengine heavy bomber aircraft of World War Two, myself and colleagues look forward to sharing our experiences of Operation Chastise and other missions where the Lanc was certainly put through her paces."
however, I use my music to not only chastise those who would deceive the
"One topic was how to engage the religious community rather than chastise them," said Moline.
Apparently missives created on KMOX/CBS company time are not firing offenses, as long as they chastise liberals--and the content reflects KMOX's right-wing side of the opinion spectrum.
They then chastise our article for saying effectively the same thing.
We are not allowed to chastise them and they know it, and it's going to get worse.
The authors fall into the same trap they chastise others for: proposing singular solutions to multifaceted problems.
Some teenagers say that it is hypocritical for adults who use alcohol to chastise young people for using drugs.
I've also learned never to chastise anyone in front of other people -- you don't hurt them anywhere near as much as you hurt yourself.
"I saw him yesterday, and if I'm going to chastise him about anything, it's 'two coloured beard again', is it really you?
Headed by Dr Barnes Wallis and officially known as Operation Chastise, the top secret mission involved planes dropping barrelshaped bombs which bounced across the water.