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synonyms for deflower

  • assault
  • defile
  • desecrate
  • despoil
  • devour
  • force
  • harm
  • have
  • mar
  • molest
  • outrage
  • possess
  • ravage
  • ravish
  • ruin
  • seduce
  • spoil
  • violate
  • deflorate
  • depredate
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antonyms for deflower

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  • aid
  • assist
  • build
  • construct
  • disenchant
  • grow
  • help
  • honor
  • improve
  • make happy
  • please
  • protect
  • sanctify
  • turn off
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How to use deflower in a sentence

Individual inspiration was a sacred thing, which reality with its rules and prejudices could only spoil and deflower.
THE GREAT EVENTS BY FAMOUS HISTORIANS, V. 13VARIOUS
In Poland, the noblemen arrogated the right to deflower any maid they pleased, and a hundred lashes were given him who complained.
WOMAN UNDER SOCIALISMAUGUST BEBEL
For she deliberately sent down to the beach her daughter, who was of marriageable age, and prompted her father to deflower her.
THE DANISH HISTORY, BOOKS I-IXSAXO GRAMMATICUS ("SAXO THE LEARNED")
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WORDS RELATED TO DEFLOWER

  • abuse
  • bastardize
  • bestialize
  • betray
  • brutalize
  • debase
  • defile
  • deflower
  • demoralize
  • fornicate
  • fraternize
  • go bad
  • go to hell
  • intrigue
  • inveigle
  • lead astray
  • live in the gutter
  • lure
  • pervert
  • pollute
  • ravish
  • ruin
  • seduce
  • subvert
  • tempt
  • violate
  • vitiate
  • warp
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.