sexual relationship

NOUN
  1. a relationship involving sexual intimacy
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How To Use sexual relationship In A Sentence

  • Many elderly people continue to have satisfying sexual relationships.
  • Lesbian and gay relationships can be as nurturing and monogamous as heterosexual relationships.
  • He's never had a sexual relationship before.
  • While the personal and sexual relationships that derived from this situation infuriated German and Austrian men, it took a while for them to launch their sexual counter-revolution.
  • And of course in all this, in heterosexual relationships, contraception tends to fall to the woman to sort out.
  • Here the discovery of a sexual relationship between the beguiling pottery teacher and a loutish lad becomes the fulcrum of staff-room power: it seems all too alarmingly possible.
  • I attempted low puppytails, but in combination with the cami it made me feel like I was about to suggest to people that if they wanted to commence a sexual relationship with me they ought to pursue friendship first and that, in fact, what I really really wanted was a ziggah-ziggah-ahh. Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway
  • Chinese intelligence services have also been known to exploit vulnerabilities such as sexual relationships and illegal activities to pressurise individuals to co-operate with them.
  • Connections of all kinds, even the nonsexual ones, can be symbolized through sexual relationships in the dream world.
  • Marshall has an unwise sexual relationship with other girls before he met Jessica.
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