This is about as far as you can get from the chaste, sublimated world of Twilight.
This stood in contrast to the chaste 19th century, when marriage, rather than romance, was the main topic of interest.
Later, as a head coach with Tampa Bay, and then the Indianapolis Colts, Dungy also cut a chaste figure.
We all know people who are politically conservative but sexually libertine, or politically liberal and as chaste as Mother Teresa.
From everything I could discover about her life, she was what in the 19th century would be termed a chaste woman.
Was not the soul, was not the life of this simple-minded, chaste, and loyal woman clearer than water?
For a month his life had been chaste and this walk in the sun had set him on fire.
You may know it by the signs of respectability and awesomeness and chaste abundance.
It is a most pathetically pure, chaste presentation of a grand subject.
If she happened to be in good humour when Tom entered, then well and good, she returned his fond cry and chaste salute.
c.1200, "virtuous, pure from unlawful sexual intercourse" (as defined by the Church), from Old French chaste "morally pure" (12c.), from Latin castus "clean, pure, morally pure" (see caste). Transferred sense of "sexually pure" is by 15c., perhaps by influence of chastity, though chaste as a noun meaning "virgin person" is recorded from early 14c. Related: Chastely.