Incest [noun]

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It soon becomes apparent, though, that the ongoing nonconsensual incest that sets an increasingly ugly chain of events in motion is of a different sort.

A man buried in a huge, roughly 5,200-year-old Irish stone tomb was the product of incest, a new study finds.

Incest appears to have had in his eyes peculiar charms; for he offered himself three times to three different sisters-in-law.

Incest is, like many other incorrect things, a very poetical circumstance.

Incest was originally a requirement to make it possible for human beings to multiply.

Incest is common, in Switzerland especially, among the inhabitants of isolated mountain chalets.

Incest and infanticide are as common among them as among the lower animals.

Incest and the foulest vices were bad enough, but witchcraft was worse.

Incest is the practical result of some of the branches of this new-fangled system of sealing and marriage.

Incest, which is peculiarly the crime of the weak, the wretched and the poor, has a somewhat different origin.