chastity[ chas-ti-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF chastity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHASTITY
She knew of situations like that, the cul-de-sac of chastity, worse than any devised by a Javert.
Externally the combat of chastity recommences; always the thorns reappear.
Numberless women have withered in this unprofitable service to chastity.
But, indeed, chastity had at first no connection with morals.
Chastity is only regarded as a virtue when the woman has become the property of the husband.
It is from jealousy that results the obligation of chastity in the woman.
"It is as unfair to brand women with chastity as with unchastity," said Poll.
She had a husband whom it would have been criminal even in chastity to spare.
There had been strange workings of her nerves during her long years of chastity.
Prayer was the bulwark of chastity, and God was in need of no man's efforts.