deflower

[v] - deprive of virginity
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Deflower

De¬∑flow'er transitive verb [ Prefix de- + flower .] Same as Deflour . « An earthquake . . . deflowering the gardens.» W. Montagu. « If a man had deflowered a virgin.» Milton.
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deflower

verb deprive of virginity; `This dirty old man deflowered several young girls in the village`
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Deflower

• (v. t.) Same as Deflour.
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