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Definition of Nubile

Nubile
Nubile Nu"bile, a. [L. nubilis, fr. nubere to marry: cf. F. nubile. See Nuptial.] Of an age suitable for marriage; marriageable. --Prior.

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- March 3, 1884) was an American politician, poet, fabulist, and "pursuer of nubile females," including several teen brides. Among his accomplishments, he was...
- "Lolita" is an English-language term defining a young girl as "precociously seductive." It originates from Vladimir Nabokov's 1955 novel Lolita, which...
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