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rape in Crime topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraperape1 /reΙͺp/ ●●○ verb [transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SCCSYto force someone to have sex, especially by using violence β†’ rapist πŸ”Š She had been raped and stabbed.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
rapeβ€’ Most experts such as Koss focus on factors outside of criminal intent that contribute to date and acquaintance rape.β€’ She was dragged into a garden and raped.β€’ It was clear that he meant this literally and also as: to rape a white girl is to rape her father.β€’ She had been raped and asphyxiated, police said.β€’ But Manu does not seem to care about being raped, and puts up no resistance.β€’ The woman was raped and then murdered by her kidnapper.β€’ He was accused of raping his ex-girlfriend.β€’ Lula was raped on her way home from work.β€’ Stallions may show a lack of normal courtship behaviour, raping or savaging mares or displaying an inability to mate.