sexually

[ UK /sˈɛkʃuːə‍li/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛkʃuəɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. by sexual means
    reproduce sexually
  2. with respect to sexuality
    sexually ambiguous
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How To Use sexually In A Sentence

  • Speaking of pal Dorian, he's mentioned to me a couple times at work that somewhere on the John Byrne Forum, some industrious individual "rewrote" events in Identity Crisis so that You-Know-Who wasn't sexually assaulted and killed. Archive 2004-07-18
  • Harsh discipline was the child's lot, and they were often terrorized deliberately and, not infrequently, sexually abused.
  • My stepfather was strict and didn't let us have friends in the house; he physically abused me but not sexually.
  • Anyone who is sexually promiscuous is of increased risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted infection.
  • Modestly clad women appear as newsreaders on TV, while sexually suggestive Hindi film posters adorn shopfronts about town.
  • Using more than one condom enhances the chances that a sexually transmittable infection or disease will be ...transmitted.
  • But to continue our overview: the remainder of book II (from chapter 5 on) discusses the causes of the embryological development of vivipara, while the ovipara are the primary focus in book III, which closes with a discussion of animals that are not sexually generated, including those that arise ˜spontaneously.™ Aristotle's Biology
  • The worst dereliction is tolerance of rave parties where illegal drugs are sold and used, and minors are sexually exploited. Sound Politics: Seattle needs more police; and needs to use better sense in deploying the ones it already has
  • Just over two weeks ago a 27 year old woman was sexually assaulted in an alleyway.
  • You abused them sexually for what must have been your sexual lust under cover of medical examination.
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