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Sentence count:25+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: continentSimilar words: libationdeliberatedeliberatelyindelibleabateacceleratedebateliberateMeaning: ['selɪbət]  n. an unmarried person who has taken a religious vow of chastity. adj. abstaining from sexual intercourse. 
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1. Catholic priests are required to be celibate.
2. He had defended the institution of a celibate priesthood.
3. I've been celibate for the past six months.
4. I was celibate for two years.
5. The celibate person is more available, not less so.
6. The priest must be celibate in order to purify himself for the handling of the sacred in the sacrament.
7. He had remained celibate for three years before he met Hannah.
8. It costs much less to support celibate clergy than ministers or rabbis with spouses and children.
9. She was not prepared for a celibate life in the Church.
10. A celibate period followed, he says, before he started making out with men.
11. But Jim had been living a celibate life for nearly eighteen years and planned to continue doing so.
12. He had been celibate for one mind-clearing year when he met the woman who later became his wife.
13. I'm celibate and I live a very serene lifestyle.
14. The instinct of the celibate warned him to hold back.
15. The Roman Catholic Church insists priests remain celibate and has ruled out letting them marry.
16. These celibate species resulted from the hybridization of different sexual species, a process that instills the parthenogenetic lizards with a great amount of genetic diversity at the outset.
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17. The Pope bluntly told the world's priests yesterday to stay celibate.
18. From her vantage point in Galway Cathedral she watched him ordain a priest into the celibate life.
19. The papal reform tended to drive a wedge between the educated, celibate higher clergy, and the rank and file.
20. The result was that Dahomean kings were very fecund, while ordinary Dahomean men were often celibate and barren.
21. It was unsettling to know that a panel of celibate strangers were scrutinizing her most intimate affairs.
22. One by one the teachers made their ways to their homes - modest, mostly celibate, mostly cheerless homes.
23. Aim: To study the normal value of areolar in young Chinese celibate women and provide an additional reference for the mammary anaplasty.
24. This was a time when permanent fellows of a Cambridge college had to be unmarried, celibate and take holy orders.
25. He would discourage in both the householders and the celibate youths any lukewarmness in their spiritual struggles.
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