virginity

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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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A mainstay of Trojan sexual custom, ensuring the availability and submission of women to men as soon as they are fertile, the ritual deflowering initiates young girls into the basic female societal role in Troy--provider of sex and children.
They expected him to be modest in his economic ventures, and not give scandal by consorting with married women, deflowering virgins or causing pregnancy.
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.
Deflowering virgins isn't as hard as in 18th Century France - but overlook that and you'll love to let the film have its wicked way with you.
Stephanie Cole brings a marvellous magisterial gravitas to Edith, a moral victim whose only sexual experience was a fumbled deflowering at the hands of her sometime employer - a local doctor.
All three of them are into Net exposure - George with his live webchat and the two virgins who plan a live deflowering on Tuesday.
Loose as it is, the script does preserve all the essential plot details about deflowering virgins, betraying comrades, driving women to suicide and killing his best friend--all dynamic activities that Hawke pursues with an impish grin.
And Lauren's deflowering isn't what you'd call the romantic ideal.
So, between bouts of shoplifting, violence - when a gang batters a guy senseless - and generally loutish behaviour, Telly plots the deflowering of the 13-year-old Darcy.
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Cecile's deflowering, a mode of revenge against one of Merteuil's former lovers, is the first half of the Valmont-Merteuil wager.
Rigoletto, the hunchbacked court jester whose thirst to avenge the Duke's deflowering of Rigoletto's daughter, Gilda, ends tragically, has morphed into a fawning talent agent.