from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. having a sex; being male or female
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sex.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Belonging to sex; having sex; distinctively male of female.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having sex; sexual; not being sexless or neuter.
- Having certain qualities of either sex.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having sexual differentiation
- adj. characterized by sexuality
That was Kim Cattrall, otherwise known as sexed-up Samantha from "Sex and the City" in one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year.
A judicial report this week blaming the British Broadcasting Corporation for its reporting on the so-called sexed-up intelligence dossier.
We get toe-curlingly embarrassing "animated" sequences - which I can only describe as a sexed-up version of the twee cartoons that used to accompany prog tracks on the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test - supposedly dramatising the passionate swirl of Ginsberg's poetry.
He said the reaction from international buyers had been much more positive this time round compared to when he'd first pitched the idea of sexed-up period drama about Henry XIII.
OK, Hairy is de-sexed, that is, his bearings have been removed, but even if he was well equipped, I can't see a $grand for a hop and frolic.
But the sorting technique, known as sexed semen, is expected to put 63,000 extra heifers into milk production this year, compared with the number that would be available if only conventional semen had been used, researchers estimate.
But the sorting technique, known as sexed semen, is expected to put
I had an interesting conversation with European political analysts who said in the UK, you saw a similar sort of investigation in Parliament looking into whether or not those folks involved with supporting Tony Blair's involvement in the war kind of sexed up the documents.
She agreed that she had described in evidence how she went to bed on the night of the alleged rape at about 7pm and it was after her little sister woke from a bad dream and left to sleep in her mother's bed that her father "sexed" her.
Ms Isobel Kennedy SC (with Ms Orla Crowe BL), prosecuting, asked the girl during re-examination if it was right or wrong to say that her father had not "sexed" her, she replied "wrong."