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defile

verb A poetic (i.e., nonmedical) term meaning to rape, especially a virgin.
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The volume confronts the reader with hackneyed religious and racist cliches, such as the Jews are a deicidal and misanthropic people, who in different times and climes appear and reappear as demons, ritual murderers, conspirators, race defilers, rapacious moneylenders, parasites, and plutocrats, and always as manipulators of humankind.
They are easily mocked, though I prefer to spray whatever bile I produce at people who do real harm--Masters of War, Defilers of the Republic--than at a helium-voiced, 51-year-old, polyester-encased alien who fancies himself Ambassador from Uranus.
Roadsteamer is the unholy fusion of '60s folksingers like Peter, Paul & Mary and punk rock defilers of sacred cows like the Ramones.
This little child had suffered disadvantages long before she met her defilers.