Noun(1) a legless rectangular harpsichord; played (usually by women
Adjective(1) characteristic of a virgin or virginity(2) untouched or undefiled(3) in a state of sexual virginity
(1) The studio hushed it up to preserve her virginal image.(2) Both Diana and Jemima married at a young, impressionable age to men who decided their brides ├ö├ç├┐fitted the bill├ö├ç├û as virginal sweet young things.(3) In Chaplin's film it is love at first sight and the tramp will do anything he can to help the blind heroine. They both have the innocence of schoolchildren, and theirs is the virginal dream of love, not the reality.(4) He peels the spuds, digs the garden and with a virginal innocence shifts his affections from the daughter to the mother; yet he is also quietly scathing about the journeyman daubs of his fellow lodger.(5) Ornamental umbels are represented by the delicately virginal Queen Anne's lace, which can grow to monstrous proportions if supported among other plants in the flower border and makes a surprisingly good cut flower.(6) Hospitals may have a certain erotic frisson, but romance novelists just love an exotic location, preferably some desert land ruled by a dusky tyrant who can give the virginal heroine a rough ride on his camel.(7) Working in a largely male-dominated office, the arrival of any new female face, let alone a young, innocent and possibly virginal one, is greeted with much excitement.(8) Her risquÔö£┬« performance during the Onyx Hotel tour proved once and for all that she has successfully made the transition from virginal adolescence to libidinous adulthood, to the consternation of some and joy of others.(9) Dressed in virginal white, eight young girls executed endless parans and moved fluidly across the stage in a piece titled Nritta, or pure dance.(10) As for me, spinsters have no need for virginal innocence.(11) On this occasion relays of patriotic maidens in virginal white paraded reverently before a temple of philosophy erected where the high altar had stood.(12) The third virtue central to the sangang doctrine is jie or chastity (preserving the marital fidelity of the wife or the virginal purity of an unmarried woman).(13) Let's go back to the, like, virginal innocence thing, because that can be cool too.(14) No need to shield your virginal eyes, the nude figures have been laboriously obscured.(15) She was waiting for him in a bed of an obscenely virginal white lace and satin.(16) The virginal mind is innocent in the positive sense.
(1) virginal membrane :: pilen virginal
1. virgin ::
2. vestal ::
3. pure ::
4. virtuous ::
5. pair of virginals ::
pâr o virginals
Different Formsvirginal, virginals
Word Example from TV Shows
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And weren’t you aware, before that,
of that VIRGINAL rebelliousness?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
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