Deflower [verb]

Definition of Deflower:

ravish; take away beauty

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Sentence/Example of Deflower:

Individual inspiration was a sacred thing, which reality with its rules and prejudices could only spoil and deflower.

In Poland, the noblemen arrogated the right to deflower any maid they pleased, and a hundred lashes were given him who complained.

For she deliberately sent down to the beach her daughter, who was of marriageable age, and prompted her father to deflower her.