American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to both sexes.
- adj. Having both male and female reproductive organs; hermaphroditic.
- adj. Botany Denoting a single flower that contains functional staminate and pistillate structures; perfect.
- adj. Of, relating to, or having a sexual orientation to persons of either sex.
- n. A bisexual organism; a hermaphrodite.
- n. A bisexual person.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the organs of both sexes in one individual; of two sexes; hermaphrodite. In botany, said of flowers which contain both stamen and pistil within the same perianth, and of mosses having antheridia and archegonia in the same involucre; synœcious. Also
- In ethnology, characterized by an equal social development of both sexes.
- adj. sexuality Sexually attracted to members of either sex.
- adj. botany Of flowers: having both pollen and seeds.
- adj. botany Of sporophytes: having both male and female organs.
- adj. botany Of gametophytes: producing both eggs and sperm.
- adj. botany Of fungi: producing both the "female" ascogonium and the "male" antheridium.
- adj. rare Hermaphroditic.
- n. A person who is bisexual. Someone who is attracted to both males and females.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Biol.) Of both sexes; hermaphrodite; as a flower with stamens and pistil, or an animal having ovaries and testes.
- adj. having an ambiguous sexual identity
- adj. sexually attracted to both sexes
- n. a person who is sexually attracted to both sexes
- bi- + sexual (Wiktionary)
“And while I found her discussions with older feminists like Shulman, who don't and never have used the label bisexual, even though they had had relationships with both men and women, very interesting, the younger women, including Featherstone and DiFranco, seemed to serve only as quotes to back up the assertions Baumgardner makes about herself.”
“In order to distinguish these two great types of fertilization we will use the term bisexual for the one and unisexual for the other.”
“I am somewhat embarrassed to admit this now, but I think I was afraid to claim the term "bisexual" because it seemed so finite, or too strong of a revealing label, like "gay.”
“But I don't want to be afraid of the label bisexual anymore.”
“I think that perhaps the label bisexual means very little to me.”
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“The term bisexual is necessary to distinguish such individuals from trisexuals.”
“The word 'bisexual' nowhere appears in the book.”
“The term bisexual is an unnecessary distinction, because a faggot wants to defile anyone or anything he can get his hands on”
“The term bisexual is an unnecessary distinction, because a faggot wants to defile anyone or anything he can get his hands on. article about a "gay-friendly" high school.”
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Nouns to be used as descriptions while writing stories
two; twice; every two; lasting two
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