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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvirginityvir‧gin‧i‧ty /vɜːˈdʒɪnəti $ vɜːr-/ noun [uncountable]  SYthe condition of never having had sexlose your virginity (=have sex for the first time)
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virginityMen must have their chastity and virginity even if it is make belief and at the cost of women's health.The idea of television against reductionism recalls the adage about fighting for peace, and the equivalent activity for virginity.Not that she wanted to lose her virginity - nothing as drastic as that!Did she wear her virginity like a name-badge at a conference?They were selected for their beauty and were rarely chosen after the age of eight-to ensure their virginity.She heard readings from Hilton's Scale of perfection, from which she may have absorbed her preoccupation with virginity.And so it was I lost my worthless virginity.lose your virginityYou could lose your virginity riding in one of those.She had lost her virginity to a law student while at university.In the three years covered by the book he loses his virginity, his father and, briefly, his mind.I lost my virginity at the age of seventeen.I am 26 and have just lost my virginity after a year-long relationship.I didn't lose my virginity until I was 19 or 20.She said she wanted to lose her virginity and she picked me.Not that she wanted to lose her virginity - nothing as drastic as that!Without much else to do, they speculate on when and with whom she will lose her virginity.
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