Devirginate

De`vir´gin`ate


a.1.Deprived of virginity.
v. t.1.To deprive of virginity; to deflower.
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Her innocent, yet promiscuous, desire mocks Prynne's anti-theatrical conviction that the theatre is a hotbed of sexual encounters; 'that stage-playes devirginate unmarried persons, especially beautiful, tender virgins who resort unto them (which I would our female play-haunters and their Parents would consider): that they defile their soules with impure carnall lusts; and so let in eternall death upon them'.
Raven's playgoing habits, as they might have furnished some hard evidence that the theater is a good teacher "if you will learn to become a bawd, unclean, and to devirginate maids, to deflower honest wives.