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copulate with (one)

To have sexual intercourse with one. Our health teacher warned us against copulating with just anyone.
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copulate with someone

[for someone] to have sexual intercourse with someone. He said he wanted to copulate with whom?
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Larger-than-average males gain possession of such sites and usually go on to copulate with the virgin females that do emerge from these mini-territories.
Moreover, mature females appear to copulate multiple times during a given reproductive season.
The corporation ditched the freak parade in 2009 following a TV report that exposed the nasty things breeders do to produce the perfect pooch, like making them copulate with their sisters.
If a male shares meat with a female he will double the amount of times he can copulate with her.
I say animals because animals copulate in public - do these people have such little respect for others/the culture and worse off themselves that they have to display their drunken cavorts in front of the world?
In response, at its annual camp about 200 miles from Moscow, the Russian youth movement Nashi ("Ours"), in addition to banning alcohol and promoting physical fitness, held mass weddings and led the newly betrothed to a special "Love Oasis" where they were expected to copulate, and thus procreate, for the motherland.
We found a small number of reports of adults attempting to copulate with fledged conspecific juveniles (Armstrong 1988, Ewen and Armstrong 2002) and with unfledged chicks (Kinkel and Southern 1978, Besnard et al.
He was arrested after a Latina woman Pecci hired to clean his house told authorities he approached her and demanded that she orally copulate him, threatening to have her deported if she didn't comply.
His idea of using spare time constructively is to drink to excess and copulate with anything with a pulse.
Julian's idea of using his spare time constructively is to drink to excess and copulate with anything with a pulse.
Some laugh to see slugs copulate, hanging by threads from trees.
To find out whether females need to copulate repeatedly to fertilize subsequent clutches, we took 31 females that had matured in the lab (and thus we knew they were virgins), mated them in the lab, then held the females separately in glass jars for one year, and counted all offspring in successive egg sacs.
According to a study by Cornell, New York State and North Carolina universities, published in the journal Science, the fake roach sex scent made male cockroaches - starved almost to death by scientists - forgo peanut butter for a chance to copulate.
Deeply enmeshed in the history of slavery, the term is thought to originate in the late 19th-century French verb jaser or jazer - to copulate.
The male praying mantis cannot copulate while its head is attached to its body.