mar, impair, spoil, deflower, vitiate
(verb) make imperfect; “nothing marred her beauty”
(verb) deprive of virginity; “This dirty old man deflowered several young girls in the village”
Source: WordNet® 3.1
deflower (third-person singular simple present deflowers, present participle deflowering, simple past and past participle deflowered)
(transitive) To take the virginity of (somebody), especially a woman or girl.
(transitive) To deprive of flowers.
(transitive) To deprive of grace and beauty.
• flowered, reflowed
De*flow"er, v. t. Etym: [Pref. de- + flower.]
Definition: Same as Deflour. An earthquake . . . deflowering the gardens. W. Montagu. If a man had deflowered a virgin. Milton.
Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition
21 September 2023
(adverb) so as to shock the feelings; “One day, she lost her temper, completely, suddenly and, even to herself, shockingly”; “Suddenly, shockingly, the clergyman’s son was a desperado.”
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