from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Taking place or existing before marriage.
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- adjective Before one’s
marriage, before getting married.
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- adjective relating to events before a marriage
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If a future, more liberal CLS leadership decided to allow voting members to promote or engage in premarital or homosexual intercourse, they would obviously regain official status because they will have adopted the school's preferred belief: the affirmation of homosexual practice.
According to your movement, people who engage in premarital sex should DIE.
The vaccine was opposed by prominent religious right groups because they said it would be seen as a “license to engage in premarital sex.”
The vaccine was opposed by prominent religious right groups because they said it would be seen as a â€œlicense to engage in premarital sex. â€
I remember a long ago situation where a couple I knew was in premarital marriage counseling.
I wonder if George and Laura engaged in premarital sex.
The vaccine was opposed by prominent religious right groups because they said it would be seen as a â€œlicense to engage in premarital sex. â€ [...]
Pharm says: tis similar to the pharmacist (my profession) who refuses to dispense oral contraceptives because it goes against his/her belief in premarital sex.
Joking about it later, we decided that we should have answered that No, we were not married but we were brother and sister fully engaged in premarital sex with each other.
They may not believe in premarital sex with humans, but they sure do enjoy molesting innocent animals.