Examples of adulterous in a Sentence
had an adulterous affair that nearly destroyed his marriage
Recent Examples of adulterous from the Web
The problem with adulterous relationships is that more often than not, the spouse catches on.
Senior officers found to have been involved in adulterous relationships, a violation of the military’s code of justice, have been reassigned with no public notice and allowed to retire quietly, in some cases with full honors.
Story of a life A Woman’s Life stars Judith Chemla as Jeanne, who lives in 19th-century France and marries a man (Swann Arlaud) who turns out to be adulterous.
Francis seems to suggest that some Catholics in adulterous situations may receive Communion.
Much of this is venting about husbands’ emotional distance, flagging libido or adulterous tendencies.
His cautious opening to letting divorced and civilly remarried Catholics receive Communion, for example, has sparked heated criticism from conservatives who say church teaching clearly forbids adulterous couples from receiving the sacraments.
And Nessarose’s older sister and caretaker Elphaba (Jessica Vosk, Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway) was conceived in an adulterous liaison and is born homely and with green skin.
Petrino was fired as Arkansas' football coach in April 2012 for hiring former Arkansas All-SEC volleyball player Jessica Dorrell as his student-athlete development coordinator and having an adulterous relationship with her.
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Origin and Etymology of adulterous
First Known Use: 1550See Words from the same year
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