Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A refraining from intercourse.
“Commitment-phobic boys loaded down with the lessons and paraphernalia of safe sex also flock toward non-intercourse behavior they incorrectly believe requires no clumsy and time-consuming protection.”
“We know all the "scandals" surrounding Clinton were shown to be false and malicious attacks except for one minor non-intercourse sexual dalliance with a willing and consenting adult female government intern.”
“The Clinton scandals ~ save for one non-intercourse sexual dalliance with a young consenting adult female ~ proved to be non-existent and the concoctions of an evil political movement that has only recently lost some of its grip on the nation.”
“If he grows rich and retires from business, you still remember him, and still keep up the ban of non-intercourse upon him and his family.”
“Shall I add, as one juggle of this enchantment, the stunning non-intercourse law which makes co-operation impossible?”
“United States into believing that France had yielded to American contentions on neutral rights, and in 1811 non-intercourse was proclaimed again with England alone.”
“The pacific presidential administration of Jefferson sought by trade restrictions, using embargo and non-intercourse acts, to bring pressure on both England and France, hoping to force a better treatment of neutrals.”
“War and non-intercourse will doubtless compel us to economy, and render labor cheaper in America, but they can not quench our innate Yankee-Saxon inventiveness and industry.”
“The border ground of Canaan, was quarantine ground, enforcing the strictest non-intercourse in usages between the without and the within.”
“The embargo and non-intercourse act, prostrated at a stroke, a forest of shipping, and sank millions of capital.”
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