detumescence

NOUN
  1. diminution of swelling; the subsidence of anything swollen
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How To Use detumescence In A Sentence

  • Until the climax of the sexual erethism, woman is for man the acme of supreme desire; but with detumescence the emotions tend to swing to the opposite pole, and excitement and longing are forgotten in the mood of repugnance and exhaustion. Taboo and Genetics A Study of the Biological, Sociological and Psychological Foundation of the Family
  • There is the period of tumescence, and the ecbole constituting the detumescence. Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 1 The Evolution of Modesty; The Phenomena of Sexual Periodicity; Auto-Erotism
  • But when the association between the processes of detumescence and those of contrectation has not yet occurred, the voluptuous sensation is independent of the contrectation impulse. The Sexual Life of the Child
  • It is very possible that oxytocin plays a role in the aftermath of sex as well, in the role of "postorgasmic penile detumescence". ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • It should be noticed that contraction of the smooth muscles results in relaxation or detumescence.
  • Association of contrectation and detumescence, 81-87 theory of sexual perversions, 130-133 The Sexual Life of the Child
  • Function: Anti - inflammation , bloodshot removal, detumescence, smoothing and repairing the sensitive skin and promoting healthy keratin.
  • In the past, it had always ended with Billy's orgasm, followed by detumescence, a poorly aimed kiss near the ear, a slipping away into stertorous sleep. Sympathy
  • Interdependence of contrectation and detumescence, 81-87 The Sexual Life of the Child
  • Impulse, contrectation, _See_ Contrectation impulse detumescence. The Sexual Life of the Child
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