Similar words: communication, telecommunications, ratification, gratification, medication, indication, dedication, publication. Meaning: [‚fɔrnɪ'keɪʃn /‚fɔːn-] n. 1. voluntary sexual intercourse between persons not married to each other 2. extramarital sex that willfully and maliciously interferes with marriage relations.
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1. Fornication is a crime in some American states.
2. Fornication was inevitable; it was something of a relief that high unit labour costs had driven the boot man to extinction.
3. They include theft, adultery and fornication, wine drinking, highway banditry, apostasy to of the faith and rebellion.
4. Public fornication won't look good on my resume.
5. The plaqued Fornication Under Consent of the King ( F . U . C . K . ).
6. But you have committed fornication with many lovers. et return to Me, declares Jehovah.
7. Luxury shall overspread the land, and fornication shall not cease to debauch mankind.Sentence dictionary
8. Fornication veils the morning just like carnage veils the day.
9. Marriage was expected to last for life and adultery and fornication were punished in the ecclesiastical courts.
10. Full awareness of the age of a young girl is an essential element of the crime of fornication with an underage girl, which is the original idea of the provision of carnal abuse in the criminal law.
11. I will set my face against that man, and his kindred, and will cut off both him and all that consented with him, to commit fornication with Moloch, out of the midst of their people.
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