[ US /ˌæfɹoʊˈdiziæk/ ]
[ UK /ˌæfɹədˈɪsɪˌæk/ ]
  1. stimulating sexual desire
  1. a drug or other agent that stimulates sexual desire
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How To Use aphrodisiac In A Sentence

  • Hops are also considered a mild anaphrodisiac and thus calms sexual excitement as well. THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE
  • As far as its 'aphrodisiacal' qualities, K3 made me want to pass out, not bang. The Pitch | Complete Issue
  • Poaching continues, however, partly because many Mexican men believe sea turtle eggs, eaten raw with a pinch of lime and salt, are aphrodisiacs.
  • For example, alcohol is commonly viewed as an aphrodisiac that increases sexual desire and capacity.
  • Power is the great aphrodisiac---Henry Alfred Kissinger, German-born American political scientist, diplomat, and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
  • This vegetarian food is laced with aphrodisiacs.
  • While not an aphrodisiac, this medication has been reported to increase interest in sex as well as arousal.
  • No, it's the sheer aphrodisiacal quality of it all. True love among the leotards lifts Britain's 2012 wrestling hopes | Marina Hyde
  • When it comes to traditional restorative products and aphrodisiacs many pills and potions bare little in common with their label.
  • This time, they had not needed the stimulus of an aphrodisiac.
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