Delilah

[ US /dəˈɫaɪɫə, dɪˈɫaɪɫə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a woman who is considered to be dangerously seductive
  2. (Old Testament) the Philistine mistress of Samson who betrayed him by cutting off his hair and so deprived him of his strength
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How To Use Delilah In A Sentence

  • John Rain contemplated the amber hue of his Talisker, then looked at Delilah. Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer
  • Delilah dressed in a large dress that was light green and was littered with bows and patterned with rosebuds.
  • Delilah has a huge ass and she likes to get it fucked.
  • Rose diverts all of her attention to the hot tea, inadvertently releasing Delilah from her magical hold.
  • Delilah was about to retort with some witty comeback, but stopped when she saw the soirée waiting outside on the street to greet them.
  • Samson is the profligate, and it is perhaps because he visits a harlot in Judg 16: 1 – 3 that some readers conclude that Delilah is also a harlot (the phrase “and after that he fell in love with a woman …” [Judg 16: 4] also links the two women). Delilah: Bible.
  • By the time Delilah weaseled the secret of his strength out of him, Samson seemed ripe for a rude comeuppance.
  • Delilah instinctively gives her mother a quick slap across the cheek.
  • He settled down and became the minister of the Salem Presbyterian Church, marrying Delilah Jane Cruise a short time later.
  • Sliding down the trunk of the tree, he set Delilah on his lap and sat deep in thought.
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