EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CELIBATES
Among the Greeks, celibates were punished, and among the Romans they were taxed heavily.
"This must have been the curriculum for their celibates," we may fancy him concluding.
The chastest persons have been, and are, not the virgins and celibates, but the married.
Lombroso gives a long list of the men of genius who were celibates.
They are celibates, and live on the contributions of their churches.
All are celibates, and most of them are cenobites, not anchorites.
Celibates, whether priests or laymen, are not exempted from this primal curse.
They are found mainly in large towns, and are not celibates.
Where do you wish that our mass of celibates should sow their wild oats?
It renders the Royal Family invisible as long as they are celibates.