orgiastic

[ UK /ˌɔːd‍ʒɪˈæstɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. used of riotously drunken merrymaking
    orgiastic festivity
    a night of bacchanalian revelry
    carousing bands of drunken soldiers
  2. used of frenzied sexual activity
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How To Use orgiastic In A Sentence

  • Precisely because of the anonymous, orgiastic, revolving-door-type sexuality so despised by homophobes and fundamentalist Christians.
  • 20-25 is really the only time you'll have for Bacchanalian orgiastic sex of the highest caliber.
  • Admirably, he downplays Orff the vulgarian and shapes this most popular of 20th century choral works into something more than just a series of orgiastic bangs and crashes.
  • Yet when the film ramps up, with the underlying percussive score beginning to race like a thumping heartbeat, it explodes in an all-out orgiastic bloodletting intercut with a joyous dance sequence.
  • The prim, obliterated, polite surface of life, and the broad, bawdy and orgiastic -- or maenadic -- foundations, form a spectacle to which no habit reconciles me. Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature
  • Eventually the narrative reaches its climax and the tantalizing underworld of desire and fear destroys itself in an orgiastic frenzy of voyeurism, a chase with guns, violence, and an Oedipal parricide.
  • This massive cut in taxes laid the foundations for the environment of social debauchery and orgiastic celebration of wealth that characterized the 1980s.
  • I do not wish to drag you back to our erotic temple art - there are after all any number of perverse moneybags funding such orgiastically sacred architecture - but look closer home at the popular calendar art since the time of Raja Ravi Verma and his seductive see-through portrayals of woman's body that attained pan-Indian acceptability. Kafila
  • One of the relative benefits of paganism over Christianity is that paganism usually has holidays devoted to wild orgiastic excess.
  • It throws more and more below the poverty line each year, thus increasing the ranks of the feared ‘underclass’ who might well explode into orgiastic criminality and expropriation at any moment.
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