Definition of deflower
1 : to deprive of virginity
2 : to take away the prime beauty of
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The narrator arrives at the opulent, turreted castle and is deflowered by her new husband.
Kelly Macdonald reappears as a successful, adult version of the schoolgirl Renton once deflowered, but the light in her eyes has gone out.
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DEFLOWER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of deflower for English Language Learners
: to have sex with (someone who has not had sex before)
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