Let's not make this personal, you keep saying the dictionary is right but the fact is, the dictionary is not always right. As well, words such as this can be used in multiple ways, sometimes in a more specific manner, sometimes in a more general manner. The more specific manner has more acceptance throughtout the course of Christianity than does the more general term here.
Who is unsure of the meaning> I showed you what it says in the dictionary, did you read it? You keep saying "God hates divorce" like we don't all know it.
No, the dictionary isn't always right. But looking at the word in both Hebrew and Greek (since it is used in both testaments), the meaning is clear: it applies to all sexual sins, as well as spiritual idolatry, and must be taken in context of teaching (in other words, if it's marriage being discussed, it's not spiritual idolatry and if it's God's relationship with Israel, etc., it's not sexual sin). Ergo, when Jesus said, "except it be for fornication" He was speaking of sexual sin. In or out of marriage.
Back to Scripture, Jesus made it clear that only if one has a hardened heart will they sue for divorce. If the Christian is submitted to Christ in this matter, they will not sue for divorce. You keep trying to cite scripture, and yet you are leaving out much. "Except it be for fornication" is is in that scripture you are referencing. It's interesting, but what you are implying by your statement is that a spouse must stay married to someone who is fornicating all over the place because, if the victim sues for divorce, the VICTIM has a hardened heart. That is absolutely not what scripture is saying, and you ought to be ashamed for implying it.
There are many good men who believe that there should never be divorce, and if there is, there should never be remarriage. If they want to believe that, that's fine. But to imply (or actually state, as has been done over and over in this thread) that the person who has been cuckolded cannot divorce or they are in sin flies in scripture's face.
When a spouse fornicates, said spouse departs the marriage - whether they "stay" married to their innocent spouse or not. Jesus said, "except it be for fornication," and Paul expanded on it when he, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, said that if the unbeliever departs, the brother or sister is NOT UNDER BONDAGE. That means, even though God doesn't want marriages to end in divorce, it is permissable. To condemn someone who has sought God for answers and the ONLY WAY is divorce (whether you think so or not, John - thankfully you've never faced the issue personally) is absolutely unscriptural. Especially when GOD says, "NOT under bondage in such case." I'll take God's Word over man's opinion any day.