[ US /ˈmæsəkɪstɪk/ ]
[ UK /mˌæsəkˈɪstɪk/ ]
  1. deriving pleasure or sexual gratification from being abused or dominated
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How To Use masochistic In A Sentence

  • miles credit card of a masochistic inframaxillary unpaved undone out his yuppie in virgin, imposingly alexandrite, csa. Rational Review
  • When the princess finally departs, her hosts invariably take a masochistic pleasure in recounting her more outrageous demands to their friends and acquaintances. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not, in fact, a sexy, sadomasochistic cult, Opus Dei was described inaccurately and to the extreme, for example, the spiked bloody cilice of Silas used to horrify readers and audience members. Archive 2006-06-01
  • De la cintura para abajo (From the Waist Down, 1999) satirizes the boredom of a bourgeois couple who engage the services of an unemployed torturer after democracy is restored, to act as their sadomasochistic sexologist and help them solve their marital problems. Diana Raznovich.
  • Parkour purists have a sadomasochistic belief in body conditioning. Times, Sunday Times
  • I can see the sadomasochistic appeal, but it is also kind of ridiculous. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rest of the book was one long bout of bondage, sado-masochistic sex and sea-sickness. FRIDAY
  • He has a masochistic streak and seems to enjoy being treated badly by women.
  • Further on, other members of the court seek to use Shakespeare's name to pen shockingly awful plays, including Queen Elizabeth herself, with material that entwines her craving for affection with sadomasochistic urges.
  • Rosamund, Lambert told anyone who would listen, was on a masochistic binge; she was doing it on purpose to mortify him, SPLITTING
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