Deflowerer - definition of deflowerer by The Free Dictionary
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To have sexual intercourse with (a virgin, especially a woman).
[Middle English deflouren
, from Old French defflourer
, from Late Latin dēflōrāre
: Latin dē-
+ Latin flōs, flōr-
; see bhel-
in Indo-European roots
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These comments by a man who defined himself as a 'traditionalist African' suggest that the Muntu is the living representation of a libidinal African man to whom Boris de Rachewitz (1963: 37) once referred as an 'eternal deflowerer
She joked: "I feel like my claim to fame is that I was the deflowerer
of Harry Potter.
Which is why that disreputable opium-user and deflowerer
of maidens John Leslie has issued forth at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, earning pounds 250 a week as Mr Wickham in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, right.