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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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One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was carried out by using general linear model procedure PROC GLM (SAS Institute, 2009) to assess the male's copulating capacity, influences of female's density and age on the male's copulating capacity, while the longevity between mated female and unmated female was compared by using independent t-test.
To determine whether copulation affects mobility, I placed copulating pairs (n = 30) and single bugs (n = 43) in an arena and measured average movement speed.
Size ratio of copulating males to females is also important for many brachyuran crab species.
Directed in a panic by Marco Schnabel who simply lets Myers' mugging run riot as the film throws in copulating elephants, Bollywood dances and a running gag cameo by Law and Order's Mariska Hargitay in a desperate hope that something will stick.
Mating trials and copulation behavior.--Preliminary observations indicated that the relative sizes of copulating males and females influenced copulation success (DBW, pers.
"We also found that the calling behaviour of copulating females was unrelated to their fertile period and, therefore, not linked to the likelihood of conception."
Instead, I'll be woken up at the crack of dawn by the sound of pigeons copulating on my window sill.
In various studies, he and a colleague compared aspects of mating, for example, the length of time that the snails courted before copulating, when snails mated with and without dart piercing.
The father proceeds: The family dog is trained to poop in their son's mouth while the boy is copulating with their nine-year-old daughter, and all the while the father is urinating on the mother, and on and on.
It produces a sensual, heart-wrenching song by furiously rubbing its wings together before suddenly springing upon its lucky lady in a frenzy of groping, licking and copulating, all within the first 20 minutes of the couple's informal introduction.
When a fruit tree is spotted, instead of duking it out for the bounty, the bonobos start copulating in all manner of combinations.
For digesting their prey, molting, copulating, depositing eggs and raising offspring, males and females separately construct air bells under water, which are usually built between water plants and fixed with spider thread to plants or stones (Wesenberg-Lund 1939; Heinzberger 1974).
Irate parents using the picturesque bay beach, and locals who walk their dogs, say they are regularly confronted by copulating couples who pop their heads up in the dunes.
Was I alone in being shocked to discover that most first language Welsh speakers would rather speak English when copulating! It apparently wasn't always this way: there are many surviving examples of erotic poetry from the Middle Ages written in Welsh (most famously the reowned historic poet Dafydd ap Gwilym wrote an ode to his penis!)