[ UK /sˈæfɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to or characterized by homosexual relations between woman
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How To Use sapphic In A Sentence

  • Playing a Type A-plus-plus lawyer who's finally learning to acknowledge her sapphic side, she is brilliantly funny and adorably vulnerable.
  • Japanese macaques are a kind of Scottish monkey now living in Japan where they've developed strong sapphic preferences.
  • Only a short time ago, such a call would have been greeted with bewildered questions about what exactly anapests, sapphics, trochees, cretics, dactyls, amphibrachs (my favorite), and alcaics were.
  • Why you toss in a little "sapphic experimentation" between two of the leads! Tube Bits For 07/07/2009
  • I'm going to do what I call my sapphic sampler platter - it's monologues about being reared in Michigan by feral republicans - becoming a major irritant of the moral majority - and if that's not enough I will explain the following terms: teaser bitch, standing heat and the formal come. Mark Maynard
  • He also notes that the sapphic story line here won't be his last - his upcoming summer novel from Bantam, A Fistful of Rain, features a lesbian lead character.
  • In places the characterisation is thin: Rovena, in particular, strays too close to a stock projection of male fantasy – a beautiful supplicant with sapphic tendencies, yet who ultimately remains obedient to one man, always offering herself up to him smelling fresh after prolonged bathroom preparations. The Accident by Ismail Kadare
  • She also played the sapphic Dr. Kitty in the play Last Summer at Bluefish Cove.
  • But given the magazine's strict lesbian content regs, we might not see another sapphic spotlight for 30 more years.
  • He knows the difference ‘between a tribrach and a molossus, a sapphic and an alcaic’.
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