Definition of Adulteries

1. Noun. (plural of adultery) ¹



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Definition of Adulteries

1. adultery [n] - See also: adultery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adulteries

adulterants
adulterate
adulterated
adulterateness
adulterates
adulterating
adulteration
adulterations
adulterator
adulterators
adultered
adulterer
adulterers
adulteress
adulteresses
adulteries (current term)
adulterine
adulterines
adultering
adulterize
adulterized
adulterizes
adulterizing
adulterous
adulterously
adulterousness
adulters
adultery
adultescent
adultescents

Literary usage of Adulteries

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1. Conjugial Love and Its Chaste Delights: Also, Adulterous Love and Its Sinful by Emanuel Swedenborg (1871)
"adulteries of the first degree are adulteries of ignorance, ... In such cases adulteries are mild. IX. adulteries committed by such persons are ..."

2. The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan (1860)
"Here are to be seen, too, and that for nothing, thefts, murders, adulteries, false-swearers, and that of a blood-red colour. And as, in other fairs of less ..."

3. The Four Leading Doctrines of the New Church: Signified by the New Jerusalem by Emanuel Swedenborg (1873)
"But those are simultaneously in adulteries of every kind, who do not regard adulteries as sins, both in faith and life. 74. By adultery, in the sixth ..."

4. Conjugial Love and Its Chaste Delights: Also, Adulterous Love and Its Sinful by Emanuel Swedenborg (1856)
"There aro four degrees of adulteries, according to which they have their predications, ... adulteries of the first degree are adulteries of ignorance, ..."

5. Archaeologia Graeca: Or, The Antiquities of Greece by John Potter, George Dunbar (1818)
"Of their Divorces, adulteries, Concubines, and Harlots. JL HE Grecian laws concerning divorces were different : some permitted men to put away their wives ..."

6. The Four Leading Doctrines of the New Church Signified in the Revelation by Emanuel Swedenborg (1842)
"But they are at once in adulteries of every kind, who do not regard adulteries as sins, both in faith and life. 75. The reason why so far as any one, ..."

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