[ US /ˈtʃeɪst/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈeɪst/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈeɪst/ ]
pure and simple in design or style
a chaste border of conventionalized flowers
- abstaining from unlawful sexual intercourse
morally pure (especially not having experienced sexual intercourse)
a holy woman innocent and chaste
How To Use chaste In A Sentence
- Several herbs also help rebalance the female endocrine system, including angelica (dong quai), licorice root, black cohosh, and chasteberries.
- Eva would want to know, but the kiss was too private, too perfect, too wonderful, too pure and chaste to be shared.
- Her chasteness was somehow the outward proof, the external manifestation, of a potential for sexual abandon all the more alluring for being hidden, invisible.
- The chasteberry (also called vitex) fruit was used for centuries to quench sexual desire, particularly in monks.
- The effort by the defendant to present Ellen as an "unchaste" woman would not have disproved Catharine's suit, as the action was for compensation for loss of household services only; however, he may have been hoping to lower the valuation for Ellen as "damaged goods. Gutenber-e Help Page
- With the loss of so many illusions at once I cannot remember when I have felt so vulnerable or chastened, but neither can I remember when I have felt so alive.
- He is the chastest prince for women that ever was, for he would often swear that he never kissed any other woman than his own queen. Will gay unfriendly Southern Baptists expel King James?
- There are people within the Catholic Church who might argue that those who label themselves ‘gay’ or ‘lesbian’ aren't necessarily living unchastely.
- Only within a conjugal union could women be chaste and virtuous, and nurture a positive influence on children and men.
- Come a ‘chaste art festival’, then the distemper art rules the roost in major spots.