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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadulterya‧dul‧ter‧y /əˈdʌltəri/ noun [uncountable]  UNFAITHFULsex between someone who is married and someone who is not their wife or husband She had committed adultery on several occasions.adulterous adjective
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adulteryDo you know what Nabokov said about adultery in his lecture on Madame Bovary?Garth was found guilty of violating a lawful general regulation, indecent assault and adultery, and using indecent language.Monogamy is universal but adultery frequent.60% of men admit to committing adultery at some time during their marriages.She finally left her husband because of his adultery.Not only was the act of adultery wrong, but even a lustful look.Why then has the military insisted that adultery is a crime?But the teaching does treat adultery and divorce with the seriousness it deserves.committed adulteryA trickster who constantly committed adultery - and then left her facing a mountain of debt.He'd committed adultery with the wife of the local steward - the land agent for the lord of the manor.Had the woman committed adultery or not? they wondered.
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