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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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Here is the record as it virginally came from my hands in the quick of the struggle it describes.
I would respond similarly to charges that figuring Othello in this heroic way overlooks how he is susceptible to and crippled by a sexual anxiety that ultimately derives from a conflicted patriarchal vision of women as either monstrously sexualized or virginally chaste.
These were still virginally self-confident Africans with the proud blood of their ancestors coursing through their veins.
By clarifying Joseph's role with regard to Jesus, he shows how the virginally conceived Son of God became the legal Son of David.
The one similarity shared by the histories written by Geller, Wiegand, and Robbins is the view that professions are not born virginally from Zeus's brow but grow out of the give and take of internal debate and external threat.