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Origin of virginal1
OTHER WORDS FROM virginalvir·gin·al·ly, adverb
Words nearby virginal
Definition for virginal (2 of 2)
Origin of virginal2
OTHER WORDS FROM virginalvir·gin·al·ist, noun
Example sentences from the Web for virginal
The impression is left that this project would despoil a virginal natural landscape.
And on the page, we finally get to meet the virginal Carrie, literally pre- Sex.
The land in this vast area varies in virginal fertility, but the best soils are very rich in the constituents of plant food.
She had a genius for inducing that mood in men; and Roy's virginal passion, once roused, was stronger than he knew.Far to Seek|Maud Diver
Her essence of virginal femininity, its pure and cloistered and white-camisoled odor, bespelled Carl to fainting timidity.The Trail of the Hawk|Sinclair Lewis
She had the determination of her virginal fanaticism, and of course she was better acquainted with Jannie.The Best Short Stories of 1919|Various
All this virginal freshness invites the primitive instincts of play and disorder.In the Wilderness|Charles Dudley Warner