sadomasochistic

[ UK /sˌe‍ɪdə‍ʊmˌæsəkˈɪstɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to sadomasochism
    sadomasochistic sexual practices
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How To Use sadomasochistic In A Sentence

  • This sadomasochistic element introduces complex shades of meaning to her character.
  • Such sadomasochistic contact between consenting sexual partners is more common than was formerly believed.
  • The various happenings at the club over the past two years have bordered on the sadomasochistic. Times, Sunday Times
  • Women are portrayed as desexualized personae and seen through a sadomasochistic veil.
  • A new standard for sadomasochistic depravity is set each time the cameras roll.
  • Kurosawa's film conveys these messages without utilizing crude sadomasochistic images, yet it's a much more frightening film.
  • In this sense, discipline can carry a sadomasochistic connotation of role-play in the interest of pleasure.
  • 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
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