Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to an orifice, especially one of the orifices of the body.
- adj. medicine Of or relating to the orifices of the body.
“Her words came after much thought and in-between the orificial cramming of her oh-so-temporary partner for the night. â€œIt has come to my attention that you, Seamus, are gluttonous because you think you do not have anything else to live for but your own pleasure.”
“This year, we've gone one better: For only $25,000, you have the choice of having either Mike Tyson or Marv Albert show up at someone's house and perform their own unique orificial services.”
“Fumbling for string and for notes the instrument could not yield up to him, the birdlike mouth began once more to open widely and terribly into the orificial O.”
“We have seen that the chief of these normal foci are situated in the orificial regions where skin and mucous membrane meet, and that the contact of any two orificial regions between two persons of different sex brought together under favorable conditions is apt, when prolonged, to produce a very intense degree of sexual erethism.”
“When we have realized the special sensitivity of the orificial regions and the peculiarly close relationships between the breasts and the sexual organs we may easily understand the considerable part which they normally play in the art of love.”
“The sexual sensitivity of the lover's lips to orificial contacts has been developed from the sensitivity of the infant's lips to contact with his mother's nipple.”
“There is yet another orificial frontier region which is a highly important tactile sexual focus: the nipple.”
“The essentially sexual character of the sensitivity of the orificial contacts is shown by the fact that it may sometimes be accidentally developed even in early childhood.”
“And what if there are no demands at all, whether for oral or orificial sex We all know about the popularity of marriage as a front for closet gays.”
“After a good many months in my self-orificial wilderness, I thought I'd capitalise on an opportunity to remind you, and I that a Fluokids blood runs deep.”
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