chaste definition

  • adjective:
    • Morally pure in idea or conduct; good and small.
    • Not having skilled intercourse; virginal.
    • Abstaining from unlawful intercourse.
    • Abstaining from all intercourse; celibate.
    • Pure or easy in design or design; austere.
    • abstaining from sexual intercourse, celibate
    • virginal, innocent, having had no intimate experience
    • easy, austere, undecorative
    • small, good, morally pure
    • Pure from illegal sexual intercourse; virtuous; continent.
    • Pure in idea and work; innocent; free from lewdness and obscenity, or indecency in work or speech; moderate.
    • Pure in design and phrase; correct; clear of barbarisms or vulgarisms; processed; quick.
    • Unmarried.
    • abstaining from unlawful sexual activity
    • morally pure (especially devoid of experienced sexual activity)
    • pure and simple in design or style
    • Morally pure in thought or conduct; good and modest.
    • devoid of experienced intercourse; virginal.
    • Abstaining from illegal intercourse.
    • Abstaining from all intercourse; celibate.
    • natural or easy in design or design; austere.
    • abstaining from sexual intercourse, celibate
    • virginal, innocent, having had no intimate experience
    • quick, austere, undecorative
    • small, good, morally pure
    • Pure from illegal sexual activity; virtuous; continent.
    • natural in idea and work; innocent; clear of lewdness and obscenity, or indecency in work or speech; moderate.
    • Pure in design and appearance; proper; without barbarisms or vulgarisms; refined; easy.
    • Unmarried.
    • abstaining from illegal sexual intercourse
    • morally pure (especially devoid of experienced sexual intercourse)
    • pure and simple in design or design
  • others:
    • Possessing chastity or intimate purity; continent; virtuous; pure.
    • Celibate; single.
    • free of obscenity or impurity: as, chaste discussion.
    • In a figurative feeling: As put on language and literary design, without uncouth or equivocal phrases and words, and from affected or extravagant expressions; perhaps not impacted or grandiloquent.
    • In art, free of meretricious decoration or affectation; seriously easy.
    • To chasten; control; punish; chastise. See chasten and chastise, which have taken the spot for this verb.
    • to lessen to submitting; tame.
    • to create or keep in order; restrain, once the interests.
    • Possessing chastity or sexual purity; continent; virtuous; pure.
    • Celibate; single.
    • free of obscenity or impurity: as, chaste discussion.
    • In a figurative sense: As put on language and literary style, without uncouth or equivocal content, and from affected or extravagant expressions; not affected or grandiloquent.
    • In art, clear of meretricious decoration or affectation; severely quick.
    • To chasten; control; punish; chastise. See chasten and chastise, that have taken the place of the verb.
    • To reduce to submitting; tame.
    • To bring or hold in order; restrain, while the passions.

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