- refraining from sexual intercourse that is regarded as contrary to morality or religion; virtuous.
- not engaging in sexual relations; celibate.
- free from obscenity; decent: chaste conversation.
- undefiled or stainless: chaste, white snow.
- pure in style; not excessively ornamented; simple.
- Obsolete. not married.
chaste 的近义词 38 个
chaste 的反义词 6 个
- None of that happened and Jéiser continued to do his thing, despite my advice to remain chaste.
- As we see the marriage market unfold in all its patriarchal glory, Whistledown tells us that the “titled, chaste and innocent” daughters of the Ton have been preparing for marriage “since birth.”
- Novelty aside, the real question is whether these avowedly chaste men of the cloth are listening.
- Unlike the chaste boys club devotees of ‘Dungeons and Losers’ (oops, ‘Dragons’) of yore, women play the new games and like them.
- This stood in contrast to the chaste 19th century, when marriage, rather than romance, was the main topic of interest.
- There is a sense that Bennett is the real deal: he is the authentic Zionist, the chaste politician, the man with a plan.
- She has no problem chugging a beer with dad, all the while staying chaste.
- She may be as chaste as unsunned snow, she is certainly as cold: but for warm, inspiring virtue!
- She sunk into Mr. Bumbles arms; and that gentleman, in his agitation, imprinted a passionate kiss upon her chaste nose.
- The elegant roof was supported on three rows of red sandstone pillars, adorned with chaste gilding and stucco-work.
- Then, he could actually use a sextant, and his way of working out his latitude was chaste and picturesque.
- Mr. Forten is a gentleman of fine education, a pure, chaste poet, and attends to farming for the love of nature.