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- adj. Tending to expel or resulting in expulsion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the power of driving out or away; serving to expel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Serving to expel; having the power of driving out or away.
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" Instead of teaching women to " push, " Ms. Mongan says, she teaches them to use the " natural expulsive reflex " and " birth breathing.
An anal expulsive personality is broadly defined as exhibiting cruelty, emotional outbursts, disorganization, self-confidence, liberal-mindedness, sometimes artistic ability, generosity, rebelliousness and general carelessness.
What was it that made anything come out of the body? the expulsive faculty.
The moaning had stopped-soft, gently expulsive sounds, like a distant, plaintive fog horn.
Sure, each member of my family has one, but they're all anal-expulsive dramatic types who learned from early Mormon upbringings the importance of putting on a good show.
Freud would say that this conflict can manifest in your personality by giving you a tendency to be unusually disorderly or messy, or "expulsive."
Yet this was just the time when the external air should enter and annul the expulsive movement, whereas it is the opposite that occurs.
Death is the departure of those forms owing to the expulsive pressure exerted by the surrounding air.
The mesaraic veins suck out of it what is good and fit, leaving behind the excrements, which are, through special conduits for that purpose, voided by an expulsive faculty.
The alternative is supporting the womens spontaneous pattern of expulsive efforts (exhalatory bearing down efforts).