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- adj. Pertaining to copulation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to copulation; tending or serving to unite; copulative.
- adj. Used in sexual union.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating or pertaining to copulation: specifically, in zoology, applied to the accessory generative organs.
- Uniting; copulative.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to coitus or copulation
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Two Packs liked to eat boiled rabbit testicles, said it imbued a certain copulatory vigor.
Any newsletters (why?) should be put together by literate community service scrotes under the eye of a retired newspaper editor whose every second word was copulatory.
As always, Enright is good at that, as she is at sexual desire, the "copulatory crackle in the air" between the two lovers.
A grainy video, purportedly taken of him in high school, showed him dancing naked in the bathroom and making copulatory hip movements.
That necklace with a pendent that is actually five inches long, made of two figures with bullet heads and pointy shoulders, tangled up in a copulatory weave.
Just because these men happen to have homosexual copulatory experience, does not make them experts in any matter of sexual orientation.
While the British and French studies measured male reproductive success by observed successful copulations, the Japanese one estimated the number of successful copulations, based on female pre-copulatory behavior.
The newly hatched young amphipods stay in the marsupium until the female undergoes a post-copulatory moult.
Both larval and adult stoneflies have two long caudal cercae which are often modified into copulatory organs in males.
They look very similar to their larvae, except they have full wings, no gills and males have external copulatory organs.