I am no fornicator because I have given this marriage a twist: a fornicator is he that the sixth commandment speaks of, where it forbids that any man get into another's garden and nick the fruit before the owner.
What satisfaction is to be made by a fornicator or adulterer?
There is no curing a drunkard ordinarily in an alehouse or tavern, nor a fornicator while he is near the objects of his lust, nor a glutton at a full, enticing table.
The sin of the fornicator receiving Christ's body is likened to Judas kissing Christ, as to the resemblance of the sin, because each outrages Christ with the sign of friendship.
And thus it appears that the fornicator approaching Christ's table sins as Judas did, whose sin was most grave.
Lest there be any fornicator or profane person, as Esau who for one mess sold his first birthright.
But now I have written to you, not to keep company, if any man that is named a brother be a fornicator or covetous or a server of idols or a railer or a drunkard or an extortioner: with such a one, not so much as to eat.
For know you this and understand: That no fornicator or unclean or covetous person (which is a serving of idols) hath inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God.
Moreover, fornication is a sin against God, not directly as though the fornicator intended to offend God, but consequently, in the same way as all mortal sins.
Wherefore he is punished in accordance with both Divine and human law, even as the Apostle declares in respect of the fornicator (1 Cor.
To a man that is a fornicator all bread is sweet, he will not be weary of sinning unto the end.
The fornicator shall have his beautiful dirt brought near him, and presented to him in a tempting dress; for at a sufficient distance there had been little danger.
The covetous man loveth his money, and the fornicator loveth his lust, and the proud man loveth his honour, and the drunkard loveth his cups, and the glutton loveth to satisfy his appetite; and so love these that they will not leave them.
What if thou wert blind, wouldst thou play thefornicator before all the company, because thou seest them not, when thou knowest they are there?
Now, as touching the scandal, the fornicatorcareth not for it, because he is in the opinion that fornication is indifferent.
This case of the Corinthian fornicator has been recorded for the admonition and guidance of believers in all generations.
The fornicator had in some way contrived to make himself so popular that an attempt at his expulsion would, it was feared, throw the whole society into hopeless confusion.
Had they continued to cherish the spirit which they had recently displayed, they might either have encouraged the fornicator to refuse submission to the sentence, or they might have rendered it comparatively powerless.
The fornicator is truly excommunicated by the Holy Scripture, and therefore wantonness and fornication are much more scandalous among the clergy than in the other estate.
Dei xiv, 3) that the devil "is not a fornicator nor a drunkard, nor anything of the like sort; yet he is proud and envious.
Similarly the fornicator has merely pleasure for his object, and the deformity of sin is only an accompaniment.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "fornicator" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.