Definition of ravishment in English:

ravishment

noun

  • See ravish

    • ‘It's not surprising that they would exhume him now to serve his usual role as facilitator of GOP criminal ravishment.’
    • ‘The speaker worked his way through plunder, ravishment and seditious behavior.’
    • ‘What is it about Chris Matthews’ show that evokes images of bodice-ripping, drooling ravishment?’
    • ‘If there's haste, it's a ravishment borne by yourself, not imposed by the medium's structure itself.’
    • ‘The Lexicon Of Love, was a sensational debut, with its brass constructions and guitar ravishments.’

Pronunciation

ravishment

/ˈravɪʃm(ə)nt/