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  • adj. Not virginal.


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un- +‎ virginal


  • In these somewhat unvirginal surroundings I now made my maiden speech.


  • Beside Rachel all other women were to him somehow coarse and ungainly fibered, and somehow unvirginal.

    Erik Dorn

  • It is true that Louis from his earliest childhood had shown a natural repugnance for whatever might be impure or unvirginal, and even for relations of any sort whatever between persons of opposite sex.

    The Varieties of Religious Experience

  • It was a pietà styled for the tabloids, with a blearily voluptuous and unvirginal Mary cradling a Christ who was killed, according to the autopsy, by a mixture of methadone and antidepressants.

    The Guardian World News

  • It might be ideologically “correct” to want to make a virgin unvirginal, but this book raises the point that our government hasn’t spared virginity in its continuing effort to take control of what goes on between a woman’s legs.

    The 2000-Year-Old Virgin: Purity, Chastity, Mystery


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