Aphrodisiac in a sentence

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Definition of Aphrodisiac

  • Exciting venereal desire; stimulating the desire for sexual gratification.
  • That which (as a drug, or some kinds of food) stimulate sexual desire.
  • a drug or other agent that stimulates sexual desire
  • stimulating sexual desire

How to use aphrodisiac in a sentence. Aphrodisiac pronunciation.

In the Orient the harems are perfumed with intense extracts and flowers, in accordance with the strong belief in the aphrodisiac effect of odors.
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Cabrolius speaks of a man who took a potion of aphrodisiac properties, in which, among other things, he put an enormous dose of cantharides.
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It is useless to point to actual experience, which proves abundantly that naked or apparently naked figures, whether exhibited as living pictures, animated statuary, or in a dance, are at their best not only innocent, but refining in their effect, whereas those actresses and skirt dancers who have brought the peculiar aphrodisiac effect which is objected to to the highest pitch of efficiency wear twice as many petticoats as an ordinary lady does, and seldom exhibit more than their ankles.
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Aphrodite sends Aphrodisiac "mania" (see Tümpel, _op.
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ERINGO, candied root of the sea-holly, formerly used as a sweetmeat and aphrodisiac.
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See sexual desire. luster, n. brightness, gloss, glitter, sheen, brilliancy. lusterless, a. dull, lackluster. lustful, a. lascivious, concupiscent, lecherous, licentiou-libidinous, salacious, carnal, lickerish, ruttish, prurient aphrodisiac, aphrodisiacal, lecherous. lustre, n. brilliancy, glitter, radiance, resplendence. lustrous, a. See bright. lusty, a. robust, sturdy, stalwart, strapping, muscular. luxuriance, n. exuberance, rampancy, richness. luxuriant, a. exuberant, rampant, superabundant, excessive. luxuriate, v. revel, wanton. luxurious, a. voluptuous, epicurean, sybaritic. luxury, n. voluptuousness, epicurism, sybaritism, luxuriousness. lying, a. untruthful, false, mendacious, deceitful. lying, n. falsehood, lie, untruth, mendacity, fabrication, fiction. lying down.
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Associated Words: aphrodisiac, antaphrodisiac, anaphrodisiac, aphrodisiacal, amative, amativeness, amorous, amorousness, amatory, antiorgastic, philter, œstrual, sedative, erotic, erotomania, sadism, satyromaniac. sexual intercourse.
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Examples of Aphrodisiac

Example #1
Krafft-Ebing quotes several interesting cases in which the connection between the olfactory and sexual functions is strikingly verified.
Example #2
In his remarkable "Osphresiologie," Cloquet calls attention to the sexual pleasure excited by the odors of flowers, and tells how Richelieu excited his sexual functions by living in an atmosphere loaded with these perfumes.
Example #3
By patient training in the abnormal condition she has been enabled to give things their names, though she still preserves a baby-fashion of pronouncing.
Example #4
She had permitted rectal copulation and had become impregnated in this manner.
Example #5
Unfortunately, municipal councillors persist in confusing decency with drapery; and both in London and the provinces certain positively edifying performances have been forbidden or withdrawn under pressure, and replaced by coarse and vicious ones.
Example #6
That particular is the assumption that a draped figure is decent and an undraped one indecent.