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used in 1st to Die

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to spoil the beauty or purity of something
in various senses, including:
  • pollute a pristine lake
  • harm a reputation or good name
  • damage or disrespect something sacred
  • take a person's virginity in a disrespectful way
  • Now she was a slaughtered corpse, defiled, possibly raped on her wedding night.
    p. 24.7
  • She had been mutilated, defiled.
    p. 53.7
  • That would defile her.
    p. 70.1
  • He has to defile.
    p. 156.6
  • Defiled her "How did they both end up here in the middle of their wedding?"
    p. 186.9

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