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Use "nonconsensual" in a sentence
"The legal argument that accused soldiers were unaware that they were engaging in nonconsensual sex was certainly self-serving, and Army judicial officials deplored the idea that a soldier on entering a strange house with rifle in hand might believe he had "accomplished a seduction.""
"What’s more insidious; the open, consensual, temporary arrangement between my wife and I in a scene; or the long-term nonconsensual power struggles that go on among people in the workplace?"
"Once Upon a Secret My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and its Aftermath, Alford described her first sexual encounter with the president writing that, "I wouldn't describe what happened that night as making love, but I wouldn't call it nonconsensual either.""