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  • v  deprive of virginity
    This dirty old man deflowered several young girls in the village
  • v  make imperfect

  • A play in which a lumberjack tore the chemise off a young girl and tried forcibly to deflower her.
  • But what they do on their summer vacation (misspent in upper-crust Manhattan and Long Island) is the same old story--an elaborate scheme to deflower a couple of virgins (Reese .
  • Nice girls never let boys go "all the way," and nice boys never deflower a virgin.

  • Jon Stewart in Kansas City Star
    Jon Stewart said other provisions would have allowed him to "wear a cape. And we must address him only as Baron von Moneypants, and on your wedding night, he must be the first to deflower your bride."

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