Thesaurus / virginity

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They appear, each with a red spot painted on each cheek, as an emblem of virginity.

Virginity, which was regarded as a reproach, became an honor under the Christian law.

The excessive praise of virginity indicates a comparatively late origin.

The Catacombs of RomeWilliam Henry Withrow

She took a vow of virginity with permission to marry, and married with permission to observe her vow.

Women of England, Volume 9 (of 10)Burleigh James Bartlett

What, in the name of all the angels and devils, is it except a worship of virginity?

The Ball and The CrossG.K. Chesterton

Nature among these heights was a virgin, not a wanton, a fit companion for those who are dedicated to virginity.

Bye-WaysRobert Smythe Hichens

She was far advanced in years and had lived with her husband seven years from her virginity.

His pleading in favour of ascetic life and of virginity, that entirely Christian virtue, was very influential.

A Mere AccidentGeorge Moore

The dispensation mentions that she “has secretly lost her virginity and has not yet been publicly defamed.”

An esteem for virginity was indeed the creation of Christianity.

The Priestly VocationBishop Bernard Ward

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