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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fornicate.
  • adj. fornicate; shaped like an arch


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  • (Soundbite of laughter) Mr. SIEGEL: But people feel fornicated, and they want a reflection of their rage.

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  • Clark Hoyt jumped onto the bed and fornicated away on the petite female figure lying prone there.

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  • The poet T.S. Eliot also considered “white trash” to be a white person who fornicated with a non-white.

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  • One father in thirty-seven — or one in three — depending on the reckoner — thought to have fornicated with his teenage daughter.


  • Apparently she fornicated with him on many occasions, sometimes brazenly entering his chambers at night.

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  • They went to the beach, doped, drank, fornicated, had a “good time.”

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  • Since all of the cats fornicated and reproduced with abandon, there were kittens everywhere all the time.

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  • “Bin-Nun would cut you down like he did those Moabite women who fornicated with his precious Hebrew soldiers,” Hamas went on, going in for the kill.


  • I spent hours and hours with him forcing him to realise that Marsh was not Jesus Christ, that he was an ordinary man, rather a good ordinary man nevertheless, who fornicated and joked and made merry just like everyone else . . .


  • They spent more, ate more, drank more, danced more, and fornicated more than any other capital on earth (and that's Fetridge23 talking, not me), and cared not a rap for anything except their musical fame, of which they're wonderfully jealous - not without cause, I'd say, when you think of the waltz.



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