- From Old French stupration or its source, Latin stuprationem. (Wiktionary)
“In his excesses of stupration and murder the Marshal cannot go beyond a fixed point.”
“But even in default of real masses with ordained celebrants, the people possessed by the mania of sacrilege do none the less realize the sacred stupration of which they dream.”
“It contaminated the buildings that were finished, defiled the churches, debasing their purity of form; this, with the gross license of sculpture and painting, was the great stupration of the cathedrals.”
““As’af” and “Naylah,” two idols, some say a man and a woman metamorphosed for stupration in the”
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