Deflower

/ dɪˈflaʊ ər /

verb (used with object)

to despoil of beauty, freshness, sanctity, etc.

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to deprive or strip of flowers: The deer had deflowered an entire section of the garden.

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Origin ofdeflower

1350–1400; Middle English deflouren<Old French desflorer<Latin dēflōrāre, equivalent to dē-de- + flōr-, stem of flōsflower + -āre infinitive suffix

Words nearby deflower

deflective, deflexed, deflocculant, deflocculate, defloration, deflower, defluvium, defluxion, defo, defocus, Defoe
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Words related to deflower

defile, harm, mar, force, spoil, desecrate, ravish, ruin, seduce, ravage, despoil, assault, devour, have, outrage, molest, violate, possess, depredate

Example sentences from the Web for deflower

  • Individual inspiration was a sacred thing, which reality with its rules and prejudices could only spoil and deflower.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, v. 13Various
  • In Poland, the noblemen arrogated the right to deflower any maid they pleased, and a hundred lashes were given him who complained.

  • For she deliberately sent down to the beach her daughter, who was of marriageable age, and prompted her father to deflower her.

    The Danish History, Books I-IXSaxo Grammaticus ('Saxo the Learned')

British Dictionary definitions fordeflower

Deflower Caroline Mulroney

verb(tr)

to deprive of virginity, esp by rupturing the hymen through sexual intercourse
to despoil of beauty, innocence, etc; mar; violate
Deflower

Derived forms of deflower

Deflowering Ceremony At Stone Altar

deflowerer, noun

Deflowerd Woaxx

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