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  • adjective of plants that are partly erect


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  • He was awkward in the semi-erect position of walking that he assumed, and he really touched his knuckles to the ground in order to balance himself.


  • He was still semi-erect and the feel of him made my muscles clench tight.

    The Reluctant Exhibitionist

  • Do we give awards for anyone that lets his inner Neanderthal out for a semi-erect stroll?

    Barry Bortnick: Heroism in the Modern Era

  • That spiel from the photographer about his battle against sexual inequalities and such is nothing more than a thinly-veiled attempt to get some feminist backside waving in front of his semi-erect self, and to get some hench pictures of boobies and so forth.

    Support Topless Women

  • Phair said to a man who elbowed his way to the stand and began fiddling with the semi-erect unit.

    Liz Phair Exults in Guyville: Frank DiGiacomo

  • Firstly, May readily move along the ground in the erect, or semi-erect, position, and without direct support from its arms.


  • We see him plopped a first time into his wheelchair semi-erect, though owing to orthostatic hypotension, he would have fainted.

    A Movie Stokes My Memories

  • *Yes, I'm employing those semi-erect e thingies Bérubé uses to mock me, but I only do so to express solidarity with Our Leader after his speech last night.

    The unbearable shrillness of bleating

  • Those tiny semi-erect lines were taunting me and all of the other brave warriors of the 101st Fighting Keyboarder Brigade, questioning our manhood in a very crude and obvious manner.

    Bérubé mocks me with his e thingies

  • She dropped down to the rug between his legs and freed his semi-erect cock.

    Office Slave II


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