fornicate fornicate


  • (v) have sex without being married

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  1. The 43,000 Athenians were free to litigate, make money, philosophize, fornicate and fight because most of the heavy work was done by some 115,000 slaves.
  2. Both agree that if two unwed people kiss with intent to fornicate, they commit mortal sin, whether or not fornication follows.
  3. After years of oppression, thousands of angry and impatient Americans threw off the yoke of tyranny and declared themselves once and for all free -- to fornicate.


  • Politico Reports: Obamacare Causes The Food Stamps!

    If the past several weeks have proven anything, it's that the mainstream media never tires of finding creatively ridiculous ways to mislead , misinform , and otherwise rodent-fornicate on the issue of Obamacare, and Politico is blazing a new trail for them. On Wednesday, the site published a story with the Drudge-baiting headline " Obamacare could increase food stamp rolls ," and even led by ...
    on November 6, 2013     Source: Mediaite


  1. In the film, Anderson not only delves into the rumors surrounding its original meaning -- some believe it is an acronym, "fornicate under command of the king" -- but he also explores the work of comedians Lenny Bruce and George Carlin, the...
    on Nov 10, 2005 By: Bono Source: Indie Wire

  2. Edith, whose show premieres on April 8 at 12.05am on Channel 4, says: "I don't have time to breathe, let alone fornicate."
    on Apr 3, 2010 By: Edith Bowman Source:

  3. "Sorry we haven't seen each other in a while," Simpson said. "So we're going to find a quiet place to go fornicate."
    on Mar 27, 2009 By: Ashlee Simpson Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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