a person who commits .
Suppose that I want to know if I am about to be caught as an adulterer, which is question 100.
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By the time of this third episode of Season 1, we were well aware of Don as a liar, cad, and adulterer.
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So, the adulterer, though a crime in law, the children are like the husband.
Brief Lives (Vol. 1 of 2) John Aubrey
He was a spendthrift, he was an adulterer, he gambled, he equivocated.
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A man could justifiably kill an adulterer in the act with the man’s wife, daughter, sister, or mother.
Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed. S. A. Reilly
It rejoiced to see the wife deceive the husband, and the adulterer fool him.
Folkways William Graham Sumner
But a Mohammedan who may kill such an adulterer shall not be put to death.
Studies in Moro History, Law, and Religion Najeeb M. Saleeby
The adulterer when taken in delicto is sometimes punished by death.
Ifugao Law R. F. Burton
(h) An adulterer to be mutilated at pleasure of injured husband.
The Danish History, Books I-IX Saxo Grammaticus (“Saxo the Learned”)
He is an adulterer and a “shape-shifter,” like all medicine-men and savage sorcerers.
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a person who has committed adultery
early 15c., earlier avouter (c.1300), avoutrer (late 14c.), agent noun from obsolete verb adulter “commit adultery; adulterate” (late 14c.), from Latin adulterare “to corrupt” (see adulteration).
a woman who commits . Contemporary Examples This is at least better than the Code of Hammurabi, which considered the rape victim an adulteress. No Wonder Cosby’s Keeping Quiet: He Could Still Be Prosecuted Jay Michaelson November 22, 2014 By definition, of course, a cuckold is the “husband of an adulteress.” The Cuckolding Fetish: When […]
voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and someone other than his or her lawful spouse. Contemporary Examples This includes alcohol consumption, adultery, and drug-trafficking. A Busy Iranian Regime: Torturing and Executing Prisoners, and Persecuting Women, Gays and Religious Minorities Ilana Glazer February 28, 2013 Iran has not yet executed Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, the mother […]
characterized by or involved in ; illicit: an adulterous relationship. Contemporary Examples A conservative president launched two wars, and conservatives tried to impeach the adulterous Bill Clinton. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Turncoats Linda Hirshman November 30, 2010 Her novel, a fictionalized take on her Left Bank intellectual circle, centers on an adulterous woman torn between […]
characterized by ; spurious. born of . of or involving . Historical Examples Abrogation of every law establishing the civil inferiority of women and natural or adulterine children. Socialism and Democracy in Europe Samuel P. Orth Under the treaty of Wallingford one thousand one hundred and fifteen adulterine castles were to be razed. Selections from […]