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wet dream

1. A sexually stimulating dream during which a male ejaculates. Most boys experience wet dreams when they begin to reach puberty.
2. rude slang Something that is considered to be very exciting. The Woodward Dream Cruise is a classic car buff's wet dream.
See also: dream, wet
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Adolescents mostly talk to their friends regarding pubertal changes and their friends also have little knowledge about those changes therefore most of them remain unaware of menstruation and wet dreams.
Many of the questions that were dropped into the youth centre's questions box were about masturbation and wet dreams.
They felt less knowledgeable about and/or comfortable teaching topics such as wet dreams, masturbation, sexual pleasure and orgasm, homosexuality, teenage prostitution, pornography, and sexual problems and concerns.
It's perfectly normal, indeed healthy, for a boy his age to have wet dreams, or even wakeful ejaculations.
Both mothers and adolescent females were most likely to correctly define menstruation and semen and least likely to correctly define ovulation and wet dreams (Table 2); 88% of the mothers and 66.
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Particularly in a country where tuning into telly channel Canal Plus any time after 9pm is like walking into one of Frank McAvennie's wet dreams.
Increasingly confused and plagued by "sinful" recurring wet dreams, Muharrem's previously black-and-white existence becomes filled not just with temptation, but with sophistical debates wrapped in opaque religious finery.
A series of booklets on: Male Masturbation, Female Masturbation, Public Toilets, Menstruation: at the Disco, Menstruation: at Home, Wet Dreams.
The list for Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle would begin like this: a missing cat, an anonymous call, clairvoyants and domesticity, war, a fashion designer named Nutmeg and her son who doesn't speak, wet dreams, labor camps, toupees, Mongolia.
Fianna Fail chiefs must be pinching themselves to check if they have been caught up in one of their spin doctor's wet dreams.
A LOTS of women have wet dreams although no one really uses the same expression they do for men's "nocturnal emissions" - perhaps because it's more obvious when a chap has had one.
But I do have wet dreams, so I don't don't know what's wrong.
Dear Miriam I AM so embarrassed as I'm 36 and still have wet dreams.
I'm not saying Chelsea can't win but if you fancy them at 1-2 to win at Everton then you've got to have wet dreams about Newcastle at Cheltenham.