not chaste; not virtuous; not pure: an unchaste woman.
characterized by sexual suggestiveness, transgression, or excess; lascivious; bawdy: an unchaste exhibition.
- un·chaste·ly, adverb
- un·chaste·ness, un·chas·ti·ty [uhn-chas-ti-tee], /ʌnˈtʃæs tɪ ti/, noun
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How to use unchaste in a sentence
Only such plays should be acted as were free from all unchastity, seditiousness, and "uncomely matter."Shakespearean Playhouses | Joseph Quincy Adams
It is sadly true that men of all races are too prone to unchastity.The Brothers' War | John Calvin Reed
While there is a conjugal duty to be required by necessity, it is for the very purpose of avoiding unchastity and uncleanness.
Again, because of wantonness, covetousness and unchastity, the entire world was destroyed by the flood.
Paul enumerates some gross and unpardonable vices—fornication, or unchastity, and covetousness.