vestal

[ ves-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF vestal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VESTAL

In such cases these women were made Vestal Virgins in the temples.

To bear sway for the stranger would be a work of danger to the “Vestal.”

The boat returned to the “Vestal,” and all those who had been rescued were put on board.

Twice the boat returned without an accident to the “Vestal.”

In such carpenta may the vestal virgins have ascended the Capitol.

Vestal virgins were not supposed to have children, yet they could and often did marry.

To bear away for the stranger would be a work of danger to the “Vestal.”

So it is when the literary deities, vestal or otherwise, return to their Stratfords.

There is something divine in every vestal, and Rubria is very beautiful.

The scene changes to the vestal sanctuary in Priam's palace.

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