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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvirginalvir‧gin‧al /ˈvɜːdʒɪnəl $ ˈvɜːr-/ adjective  SYlike a virgin
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virginalParthenogenesis, or something, though neither of us was exactly virginal.Johnnie stood at the tideline, a virginal apparition begging him to come out.He could take her upstairs now, try slowly to elicit some response from that virginal body.Compared with Sam and the virginal buildings, the smell seemed at least honestly corrupt.Jus' because you found some virginal little doll you can lead by the collar?With those five words, Lili managed simultaneously to convey exhaustion, indomitable, spirited arrogance, and shocked, virginal modesty.And finally, with virginal Pamela.John G. is a shy, virginal youth who still shares a room with his widowed father.
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