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vir·gin·al

(vĭr'ji-năl),
1. Relating to a virgin.
2. Synonym(s): virgin (2)
[L. virginalis]

vir·gin·al

(vĭr'ji-năl)
1. Relating to or having the characteristics of a virgin.
2. Synonym(s): virgin (2) .
[L. virginalis]

virginal

(vĕr′jĭn-ăl) [L. virgo, a maiden]
Rel. to a virgin or to virginity.
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Lo virginal demuestra unos resultados profundos en la organizacion social venezolana.
David Cassidy's famous daughter is up for the role of the 22-year old virginal college student.
A bee does its work in a field and then leaves it virginal, with no sign that an intruder has interfered.
En consecuencia, se perfilan, tanto la accion del Espiritu Santo dentro del misterio de la Iglesia con su fecundidad virginal, como la virginidad <<concreta>>, que nace y se entronca en el orden sacramental y de la gracia.
In steps Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger), a pretty, virginal student who understands the genius that lurks in Beethoven's soul.
Topless tart Marsh on her stylish wedding outfit: "Top hat, bra, knickers, suspenders, handcuffs..." All in virginal white, of course.
For example, a non-impaired thirty-year-old, asymptomatic, virginal female does not require an annual GYN exam and pap smear.
Ultimately, Gaventa argues that "Matthew's characterization of Mary consists entirely of positioning her within the genealogy (in Matthew 1) and alongside the infant Jesus (in Matthew 2)." (6) She also notes that Mary's only role in this particular Gospel is that of mother, that her ultimate function is to fulfill the prophecy of birthing Emmanuel, and that she is the first figure in Matthew to "receive the salvation inaugurated in Jesus Christ." (7) It is also important to note that Mary's virginal conception of Jesus is mentioned only in Matthew even though the subsequent maintenance of her virginity is not addressed.
with the urgent, unblinking gaze of its virginal eye.
which (heterosexual, virginal) person they would wed," I was disappointed that she didn't further pursue the subject of educating sexual minority and gender-variant kids.
The folks at Guttmacher would have us believe that the virginal brides of the era popularized by Doris Day were a myth.
When hedonist Art invites his new girlfriend, the virginal Coll, on vacation with his father and stepmother, assumptions clash on whether she would, as previous girlfriends had, share his bed.