chastely : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a chaste and virtuous manner
she lived chastely
- The highbrow and the lowbrow, once kept chastely separate, are now hooking up, which is why we have great, funky, unclassifiable writers like Margaret Atwood, Neal Stephenson .
- In other words, they may have danced together and possibly canoodled chastely in the woods, but there is no evidence that they attempted to run away together.
- Brandon, chastely accompanied by Michelle (Abbie Cornish), embarks on a cross-country trip, which begins with him seeking official redress of his grievance and eventually puts .