Inchastity

In`chas´ti`ty


n.1.Unchastity.
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31) The effect, however, is clear enough: friendship was newly embattled by the idea of female inchastity, and after Heywood's play it was hard to represent it in such worrying conflict with romantic love--whose ideology was now hard to sustain.
The Devil appears to Jan in the form of an angel, telling him that to avoid eternal damnatioa for having prided himself on his piety he must commit oae of three sins: drunkenness, inchastity, or murder.