chaste / tʃeɪst /


chaste 的定义

adj. 形容词 adjective

chast·er, chast·est.

  1. refraining from sexual intercourse that is regarded as contrary to morality or religion; virtuous.
  2. virgin.
  3. not engaging in sexual relations; celibate.
  4. free from obscenity; decent: chaste conversation.
  5. undefiled or stainless: chaste, white snow.
  6. pure in style; not excessively ornamented; simple.
  7. Obsolete. not married.

chaste 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

pure, incorrupt


  1. None of that happened and Jéiser continued to do his thing, despite my advice to remain chaste.
  2. 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.”
  3. Novelty aside, the real question is whether these avowedly chaste men of the cloth are listening.
  4. Unlike the chaste boys club devotees of ‘Dungeons and Losers’ (oops, ‘Dragons’) of yore, women play the new games and like them.
  5. This stood in contrast to the chaste 19th century, when marriage, rather than romance, was the main topic of interest.
  6. There is a sense that Bennett is the real deal: he is the authentic Zionist, the chaste politician, the man with a plan.
  7. She has no problem chugging a beer with dad, all the while staying chaste.
  8. She may be as chaste as unsunned snow, she is certainly as cold: but for warm, inspiring virtue!
  9. She sunk into Mr. Bumbles arms; and that gentleman, in his agitation, imprinted a passionate kiss upon her chaste nose.
  10. The elegant roof was supported on three rows of red sandstone pillars, adorned with chaste gilding and stucco-work.
  11. Then, he could actually use a sextant, and his way of working out his latitude was chaste and picturesque.
  12. Mr. Forten is a gentleman of fine education, a pure, chaste poet, and attends to farming for the love of nature.