Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of coupling; conjunction; union.
- n. Sexual connection; coition.
- n. In chem. See copulated compound.
- n. countable The act of coupling or joining; union; conjunction.
- n. uncountable The coming together of male and female in the act of generation; sexual intercourse; coition.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of coupling or joining; union; conjunction.
- n. The coming together of male and female in the act of generation; sexual union; coition.
- n. the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
- copulate + -tion (Wiktionary)
“In other words, the more vasopressin in the brain, the more male voles want to stick around and mingle with the female after copulation is through.”
“308 Complete ablution is rendered necessary chiefly by the emission of semen either in copulation or in nocturnal pollution.”
““What if you get AIDS?” she fretted, completely ignorant of or at least neglecting the fact that female-female copulation is virtually STD-transmission-free, fully focused on AIDS as “the gay disease” or, at the very least, “the promiscuous people’s disease,” and naturally since I am bisexual I’m also promiscuous, because all true bisexuals are.”
“To complicate the situation, the cow emits a “postcopulatory rumble” after copulation, which is thought to invite a challenging bull that might be bigger and therefore preferred.”
“Lastly comes the sin of not observing the right manner of copulation, which is more grievous if the abuse regards the”
“The special process which secures this union of the male and female elements is termed copulation or coitus.”
“The other season in which it is dangerous to come in their way, is at the time of their copulation, which is generally about this time of the year.”
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“The males have a pair of mating organs, known as pedipalps, one of which they use for each copulation -- in other words, twice is their limit.”
“I suspect this happens when one bird is caught trespassing in another's territory, perhaps to sneak a copulation with a member of another pair (crows pair for life, but they fool around a bit).”
“How their faiths could decline so low, as to concede their generations in Heaven, to be made by the smell of a Citron, or that the felicity of their Paradise should consist in a Jubile of copulation, that is, a coition of one act prolonged unto fifty years.”
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