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  • adj. Not having been prostituted.


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un- +‎ prostituted


  • Mans daggar piercing the insides of her thigh s sex without clothes to see eye to eye nakedness an art of living clothes turn a blind eye. my 625th poem at poem hunter. com unprostituted posted at buzznet 20sept 2006

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  • The virgin prairie, with her strange, subtle facility for entangling the hearts of men, lay undefiled by the mercenary plowshare; unprostituted by the commercialism of the days that were to be.

    Dennison Grant: a Novel of To-day

  • Because it was talked about and crowded, ordinary untutored motorists judged Miss Mitchin's the best place to go, and permitted their wives to drag them past the tortoise-shell spectacles and the unprostituted art and the angular young ladies in baggy smocks breaking out in sudden irresponsible imitations of Pavlova.

    The Innocents A Story for Lovers

  • But, on these same scenes, the fires of youthful unprostituted ambition glow with a new intensity, and the mind, here waking to the consciousness of its own energies, aspires to the elevation and dignity for which it is designed.

    The History of Dartmouth College

  • Observe their natural and careless, but genteel air; their unembarrassed good-breeding; their unassuming, but yet unprostituted dignity.

    Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman, 1748


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