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defile

verb A poetic (i.e., nonmedical) term meaning to rape, especially a virgin.
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Nothing that enters one from outside can defile that person; but the things that come out from within are what defile."
La prestigieuse maison parisienne Christian Dior organise, pour la premiere fois de son histoire, un defile au Maroc le 29 avril prochain.
Apres Londres puis Milan, la mode masculine defile a Paris a partir de mercredi pour habiller les hommes pour le printemps et l'ete 2014.
This attack--although limited to the destruction of one vehicle--highlights the need for detailed route reconnaissance and flank security when passing through defiles. The likelihood of an ambush when a convoy is using a route for the first time is small, but once an enemy realizes the route is in regular use, he will figure out a way to attack us.
How come he just gets through teaching that it's the evil within that defiles us and then refuses to get rid of the evil that possesses this woman's little girl?
The understanding of Samuel's position which limits his ruling to a question of whether the text defiles the hands (and not whether it is in the canon) appears to have been a tenable or normative one among some of the early ashkenazic commentaries (early achronim).
What defiles us is what makes us violent and turns us into thieves and murderers.
Les yeux etaient surtout braques sur la capitale economique qui abrite traditionnellement les grands defiles populaires.