fornication[ fawr-ni-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fornication
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORNICATION
Fines for adultery and fornication belong to the king, not to the bishop.
If ye touch at the islands, Mr. Flask, beware of fornication.
The crimes of fornication and adultery are very severely punished.
Then said they to him, We are not born of fornication; we have one Father, even God.
And I gave her time that she should repent; and she willeth not to repent of her fornication.
And also, if any man or woman be taken in adultery or fornication, anon they slay them.
The world is full of adultery, intrigues, fornication, and abominations.
Fornication also was made punishable by an addition of time.
Fornication is fornication, and were it not for the 'sin' we wouldn't be sitting here.
We see often the sin of fornication, but we see not the hidden repentance.