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  • n. Alternative form of pedophile.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an adult who is sexually attracted to children


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Its gone in the complete opposite direction to the days when no one ever heard or knew the meaning of the word paedophile, which isnt that long ago, and teachers and staff in childrens homes were seen as caring adults.

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  • A paedophile is posthumously lauded as a saviour of all mankind, the arrest of a convicted paedophile condemned as an 'immense cultural scandal'.

    Satire? We're Past That.

  • "It's better than being called a paedophile," he reflects.

    David Tang: From connections come corrections

  • He would have been called a paedophile and thrown out of Venice.

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  • Compare and contrast ? this bloke gets arrested by a vindictive PC Knacker, labelled a paedophile, is charged, his name no doubt leaked to the press by our wonderful Police, has to endure court appearances, has to explain ? at length I am sure, to his wife and family that he?

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  • Google fined for 'paedophile' libel against priest GOOGLE has been fined $US8500 ($9169) in Brazil after an anonymous internet user posted defamatory messages on one of its sites against a priest, calling him a "paedophile". | Top Stories

  • The comments concerned an un-named priest who was called a paedophile and a thief with a lover in a posting on Orkut.

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  • So Penman's received at least one death threat, been called a paedophile, and the next time he goes on holiday to Majorca he could find himself in the dock.

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  • The paedophile was the subject of a high-profile manhunt. Headlines

  • Arsene Wenger gets called a paedophile everywhere he goes, that to me is far more abhorrent than any name calling on colour or homophobic jibes, yet not Sky nor the BBC teams say a word, two sets of rules there I say.

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