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fornicator (n.)

late 14c., from Late Latin fornicator, agent noun from fornicat-, stem of fornicari "to fornicate" (see fornication). Of the fem. forms, fornicatrice is c. 1500, fornicatrix 1580s, fornicatress 1590s.

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Definitions of fornicator

fornicator (n.)
someone who commits adultery or fornication;
Synonyms: adulterer
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