American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The reproductive organs, especially the external sex organs.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The sexual organs; especially, the external sexual organs; the genitalia.
- n. Alternative form of genitalia.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The organs of generation; the sexual organs; the private parts.
- n. external sex organ
- Translation of Latin genitālia; see genitalia. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“They did drop the word "genitals" once, but that's just because it was quoted in the official police report.”
“Any penetration, however slight, of a woman's genitals, is sufficient carnal knowledge, whether emission occurs or not.”
“I also find it interesting that the symbol used to cover up these naked guys 'genitals is "Kim," which means "gold" or "money.”
“If Medusa's head takes the place of the representation of the female genitals, or rather if it isolates their horrifying effects from the pleasuregiving ones, it may be recalled that displaying the genitals is familiar in other connections as an apotropaic act.”
“It’s absolutely ridiculous that the presence or absence of a certain set of genitals is assumed to grant you some kind of inherent ability to perform a certain task, or an inborn desire to act a certain way.”
“The widespread concern in Thinh Tri with respect to boys’ genitals is related to the symbolism of blood, which does not mean the same with regard to females and males.”
“Whether he has actually gone through a complete surgical procedure to remove his genitals is a mystery.”
“They talk about the controversial naked Rolling Stone cover, calling their genitals "bits.”
“I've actually had a short published in which I used the word genitals instead of gentle.”
“Exposure of the genitals is a violation of Florida Statute 800.03.”
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