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- n. one who defiles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who defiles; one who corrupts or violates; that which pollutes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which defiles; one who corrupts or debauches; one who or that which pollutes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person or organization that causes pollution of the environment
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The first, namely, the “defiler cour” ” from the French word defiler, to file past ” is the Berlin counterpart of Queen Victoria's drawing-rooms at Buckingham Palace in London, and is held once a year for the purpose of presenting debutantes, brides and ladies whose husbands have recently been promoted, or raised to the rank of nobility.
I cannot COMPREHEND how people can play a game this long and not know the difference between defilers and inquisitors, or believe a defiler is a kind of necromancer.
If one of 'em works for a big corporation, they might get called a defiler of the earth ... no kids for them either?
Wizardly magic had become corrupted, so anyone trying to use it became a 'defiler', drawing energy away from his surroundings and making the land dead and lifeless and inflicting pain on living creatures.
Another BS artist who wears Jesus as a political icon instead of observing private faith .... liar, cheater, defiler of the people's trust.
Obviously, it's resident bad boy and virgin-defiler Puck who gets to take this for a jaunty spin.
That dubious honor belongs to Claire Quilty, shape-shifter, intellectual, appreciator/defiler of truth and beauty, sexual adventurer, orgy enthusiast, and child pornographer.
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Download defiler. wav At a French water park near Nyons I stand, desperate and uncertain, before a table of women's swimwear ....