other words for maidenhood
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
One last struggle for her maidenhood, and she yields herself.
All this is made by hand, and the choicest years of maidenhood are occupied in preparing the clothes for the wedding-day.
The speedy transformation of Daphne has been attributed to this goddess, the champion of maidenhood.
It is etiquette for a bride to bewail the approaching loss of her maidenhood.
Neither the dignity of age nor the sweetness of maidenhood nor the innocence of youth nor the sanctity of profession had availed.
There were no sizable youths whatsoever, and no girls verging on maidenhood, remaining in this place.
Twenty and maidenhood lies at the opposite pole from twenty-four and matrimony.
She had already taken that provisionary leap into a mythical future which is one of the perfunctory attitudes of maidenhood.
Here she grew into maidenhood, and each day became more fair.
I saw a Mummy who was not a mummy, and a maiden—how about the maidenhood, by the by?