Defiles [verb]

Definition of Defiles:

corrupt, violate

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Sentence/Example of Defiles:

His family disowned him and his wife wouldn’t sleep with him because he was “defiled” by corpses.

The building is like one grand water closet — every hole and corner is defiled.

Meanwhile, windows were being broken, room trashed, historic spaces defiled.

Ripperda's equipage wound down a long and twisting defile between two precipitous rocks.

We spurred across the plain to the mouth of a deep, wooded defile, through which the Prussian grand corps d'armée were advancing.

The ridge was broken by a notch, and the road crawled through the opening and into the defile.

Firing at point-blank range, struggling bayonet against bayonet, the small French force worked its way towards the defile.

And I will give it into the hands of strangers for spoil, and to the wicked of the earth for a prey, and they shall defile it.

A stream flowed through the defile, but a stranger would not have discovered this from a casual survey of the caon's bed.

In this way a defile nearly a mile in depth has been created in a prevailingly rather flat country.