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DEFLORATION. The act by which a woman is deprived of her virginity.
     2. When this is done unlawfully, and against her will, it bears the name of rape, (q.v.) when she consents, it is fornication. (q.v.)

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Mostly it involves Kate Winslet, her taut belly and limbs gleaming under the caressing light, deflowering a very surprised-looking teenage boy".
Initially the pair don't see eye-to-eye, as the teen sets about seducing the local doctor and deflowering a Mormon boy.
He hides in a nunnery, pretending to be a gardener, while happily deflowering most of the impressively-bodied holy order.
"And what about the Deflowering a Village Virgin Festival?" I further quizzed the politician.
Blimey, just a couple of minutes later, deflowering done and dusted, it's 'Don't forget the gymslip ...yer mum's coming round later an' I don't want her Hoovering up yer blazer.'
The DJs boast and encourage (hetero) sexual bravado; a show may start with host or listener "confessions" or jokes about deflowering virgins, overpowering wives or girlfriends who are into unwanted sexual behaviors or a secret experience--one that usually contains transgressive undertones, hinting at homoeroticism or other highly taboo sexual topics.
Others are deflowering their front gardens to find room for their vehicles, the survey by internet insurance company found.
After the public deflowering, Jasmine will move to L.
Regardless of the paradise that Accad questions, "with virgins / Remaining ever virgin, reflowering after deflowering," we certainly have afterlives here on earth, where everything is handed from one to the next of us and nothing stays virginal; where culture, literature, economy, governance, even the rocks and air are touched and changed by all.
There are no firm figures on the amounts of pesticides that tobacco workers are exposed to, but tobacco farming is labor-intensive; deflowering is often done by hand, and most farms are not very mechanized.
Black peril, according to this logic, constituted a kind of payback: black men assaulted white women to avenge the wanton deflowering of African women by white men.
First, fair rides are usually put together by travelling lotharios whose principle interest seems to be deflowering local innocents.