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pervert

a person who practises sexual perversion
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"You have a perverted taste," snapped Margolotte, much annoyed at this frank criticism.
At first this vague and terrible power was exercised only upon the recalcitrants who, having embraced the Mormon faith, wished afterwards to pervert or to abandon it.
And now Through all restraint broke loose he wings his way Not farr off Heav'n, in the Precincts of light, Directly towards the new created World, And Man there plac't, with purpose to assay If him by force he can destroy, or worse, By som false guile pervert; and shall pervert; For man will heark'n to his glozing lyes, And easily transgress the sole Command, Sole pledge of his obedience: So will fall Hee and his faithless Progenie: whose fault?
Perverts John Farrell, 73, and Paul Kelly, 64, were found guilty last week of preying on boys for years at a school for troubled youngsters run by the Catholic Christian Brothers organisation.
PR guru Max Clifford yesterday said many of his star clients were perverts.
Young women in China have reportedly found a creative way to keep "perverts" at bay: hairy stockings.
Justice Minister Dermot Ahern said that the legislation was designed to protect children and others from predatory perverts.
The girls add suggestive comments to attract Bebo perverts and increase profile views to make them appear more popular among friends.
FURTHER to the letter (ECHO, Nov 22) headed 'Pick on the vandals', I would like you to know that I would have included perverts also.
With new cases emerging almost every week let's hope Ulster's cops are given a free rein to track down these perverts and get them behind bars where they belong.
But that wasn't enough to override GLAAD's objection to KGTV's decision to illegally capture provocative video that may serve only to incite the public and perpetuate stereotypes of gays as perverts. Even more disturbing for GLAAD was how this story was making its way around the country.
In 1946, Fairbairn (with Winnicott's silent partnership) initiated the object-relations move to make this package deal of analytic innovations available to perverts at the same group rate.