adjective, chast·er, chast·est.
Origin of chaste
SYNONYMS FOR chaste
Related formschaste·ly, adverbchaste·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for chaster
I wonder if we can't smuggle the skulls and the skeleton into Mr. Chaster's room?Joe The Hotel Boy|Horatio Alger Jr.
His taste was much simpler, chaster, and disinclined to the florid and ornamental, than that of Cicero.The Caesars|Thomas de Quincey
Milton, a chaster and more unerring p. 128master of the art than Shakespeare, reveals no such lovable personality.Style|Walter Raleigh
"Unmatcht for beauty, chaster than the ayre," wrote one poet.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby
And my chaster imperial love, what were you too but earthliness?Majesty|Louis Couperus