adulterous

[ uh-duhl-ter-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF adulterous

Antonyms for adulterous

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It made no difference that I was not really an adulterous wife—I had no right to be there.

Ah—you confess that you went down to him with adulterous thoughts?

I have been drunken, adulterous, heartless, but from this night I will be good again.

Were you indeed my son?or were you the pledge of adulterous love?

The love between the king and her was unlawful and adulterous.

When forgiving the adulterous woman He said, "Go, and sin no more."

Nor did he know that Erebus was the child of this adulterous connection.

It is a wicked and adulterous generation that seeketh after a sign.

Is it only the privilege of the man, that he may put away an adulterous wife?

The adulterous marriage of church and state has ceased to exist.

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