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Indecent" means wicked, lustful, unchaste, licentious, or sensual intention on the part of the person doing the act.
240) Pictures of the plaintiff in the magazine suggested she was a wanton and unchaste individual and therefore her privacy was violated.
The bloodied, unchaste body afflicts Marc's "visual and sensory" sight/site, and equally "serves as an utterance against the hegemonic structure" while it "graphically draw[s] attention to the physical conditions of [women's] existence" (Neti 77, 84).
Such an evasion, occlusion, or obliteration (1914-1945) of the central civilized tradition of the West (and of the rest of the world) was only possible because the natural sciences were forced into an unchaste though malignantly fruitful alliance with materialist beliefs and utopian hopes.
For the rest, they are spirited, witty, ardent, playful and will enjoy sex a lot when they get around to it But in the plays they are never allowed to lay an unchaste hand on each other.
Texas A&M should not be using taxpayers', students', and donors' money to teach unchaste sexual behavior to young, unmarried men and women," Pulliam said in a press release issued after the event.
The average citizen who suddenly and without warning transforms into the democratic revolutionary just as suddenly for the God-King becomes the unchaste and ungrateful wife.
derision by describing them as depraved, criminal, unchaste, or lacking
Unfortunately, the inclusion of unchaste photos in a letter meant to promote the beauty of chastity creates confusion and scandal, and contradicts the fundamental message.
Cotton Mather's list of public sins included: swearing, cursing, Sabbath breaking, drunkenness, fighting, defamation, fornication, being unchaste, cheating, stealing, lying, and idleness.
43) Juan Luis Vives goes so far as to insist that "if we wished to review past ages, we should not find any learned woman who was unchaste.
also Julia Simon-Kerr, Note, Unchaste and Incredible: The Use of