- adj. Attributive form of sex life, noun.
“There are almost no details about the sex-life of the author and her husband.”
“Hmmmm. I think this could be misplaced priorities when a large part of the importance of the faith becomes our sex-life and not focusing on God as it should be.”
“What good would it do to complain that he had no wife and children, that his sex-life consisted of a twice-weekly visit to a porn site.”
“They are dabbling in sex-life scandals and plain blackmail… Edgar Hoover would give his right eye to take over, and all congressmen and senators are afraid of him.”
“A good sex-life protects you from becoming a pathetic twi-mom.”
“Addressing inequality in friends and sex-life sounds ridiculous.”
“This life is exhausting and anxiety provoking (and sex-life killing).”
“As a man, I am quite sympathetic to his desire to have a sex-life.”
“Parker-Pope's take-away from all the research on sexless marriages is this: To start improving your sex-life, find out how your partner wants it.”
“In this case that means devoting an undue amount of space focusing on her sex-life with husband Kenneth Tynan.”
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