Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being hyperoral.

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Examples

  • The latest reports on this show that Senator Domenici is suffering from Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration, which causes "disinhibition, neglect of personal hygiene, mental rigidity, perseverative behaviors, voracious appetite and hyperorality."

    Breaking: GOP Senator Pete Domenici To Retire

  • The latest reports on this show that Senator Domenici is suffering from Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration, which causes "disinhibition, neglect of personal hygiene, mental rigidity, perseverative behaviors, voracious appetite and hyperorality."

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Breaking: GOP Senator Pete Domenici To Retire

  • Other common features are disinhibition, neglect of personal hygiene, mental rigidity, perseverative behaviors, voracious appetite and hyperorality.

    Domenici Cites Disease as Reason for Retirement

  • Other symptoms aren't terribly appealing, either, however; they include hyperorality a compulsive desire to put things in one's mouth, apathy, emotional unresponsiveness, and various sensory disorders.

    Slate Magazine

  • Over the ensuing years, his sexual fantasies skyrocketed and his hyperorality became unmanageable.

    Slate Magazine

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