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horny

rude slang Feeling sexually aroused and/or strongly desiring sexual activity. I've been super horny lately, which is really convenient because my boyfriend's out of town on business. Ugh.

horny

mod. sexually aroused; in need of sexual release. (Refers to the horns of the goat, not a car horn. The goat is a symbol of lust. Usually objectionable.) He said he was so horny he could honk. What did he mean?
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Despite the loss of school ma'am "What am I doing here?" Elkie Brooks and the sweetly optimistic, blatantly sexy Gina G, there's still Sonia's insanity, Haydon's horniness and Tony Hadley's late-aged laddiness to savour.
In a Post column on July 5, 2001, Mark Steyn wrote that Richler "was, as the American critic James Wolcott said, a 'horny' writer, the horniness palpable from the earliest work right up to Barney's Version.
That's why I have not shared the rest of the media's apparent conviction that additional evidence of Clinton's horniness and of his lying about it was shocking and therefore big news.
I admire the way that she is able to finesse humor and charm with difficult personal and cultural material (I'm thinking especially of World Without End) and the way she has been able to help forge a new, and at times hotly contested, lesbian aesthetic (I'm thinking especially of Well of Horniness).
It's all here: the cheerful obscenities, the scatalogical observations, and the general horniness of the men.
The French firm is on a serious roll at the moment and has got the message that bling, style and horniness sell.
McCarthy, who is promoting her new book, 'Love, Lust and Faking It: The Naked Truth about Sex, Lies, And True Romance', was asked by Access Hollywood's Billy Bush to rate her horniness on a scale of 1-10, to which she gave herself a 9.8.
But the difficulties of a long-distance love affair soon assert themselves: different time zones, jealousy issues, repressed horniness and the frustrating stasis of their situation, exacerbated by Erin's trouble finding gainful employment.
Eros in the Surrealist economy is not mere horniness, but the opening of the primal channel that runs from the unconscious to the fantastically pursued future.
He deplores his fiancee's meekness, his future brother-in-law's horniness (the young fellow can't believe that in Hussein's youth, women walked around with their hair showing and everything), his own slowness and corpulence.
Please." While Ted was a langorous lover who stretched out our sex with breaks, Mickey was the insistent, prodding kind, rubbing himself against me in his nylon running shorts, anger and hurt in his eyes but also this heavy-breathing horniness. Sometimes I gave in just so I could get out of there.
Mentions for Services To Horniness go to Diana Rigg in The Avengers, Pan's People and The Naked Civil Servant.
She must have smelled some young hormone of horniness steaming off the top of my head like snow melting in a dramatic thaw.
Like the Playguy pictures, which were sliced up and recycled into his artwork, the subject of virtually all of Sunairi's photos is a version of himself: not the Japanese-born artist who's been living in the United States (currently in New York) since he came here to study at the age of eighteen, but a pretty, pouting fantasy of teenage horniness. His pictures aren't about self-portraiture any more than Claude Cahun's or Cindy Sherman's are; they're performances no less theatrical for being conducted in private.