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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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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.
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.
Mentions for Services To Horniness go to Diana Rigg in The Avengers, Pan's People and The Naked Civil Servant.
There is a coarseness about this show that precludes insight, and it's not the coarseness of profanity or flaming horniness, but the coarseness of restricted imagination--an imagination rigid and tumescent, "running 80 channels of porn," as Micky complains at one point, but more important, leaving them all on.
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.
Holly Hughes is no stranger to controversy: The lesbian content of her often-autobiographical performance pieces (including The Well of Horniness and Clit Notes) earned her a position as one of the NEA Four, a group of artists at the center of 1990's right-wing maelstrom over National Endowment for the Arts funding.
The dramatic form of the play follows the style of Hughes's earlier work from Dress Suits to Hire back to The Well of Horniness.
Despite its rifle, "Hahaha" is the least amusing of South Korean writer-director Hong Sang-soo's recent comedies about the alcoholic thirst, insatiable horniness and general immaturity of male filmmakers, among others.
He tries to give his dysfunction - and his horniness - a biographical context.
But while it treats Lester's horniness as a shower of rose petals and his rages as occasions for liberating laughter, the film uses Carolyn principally as a target.
The unregenerate horniness of their art, visceral in both books, in the photographs as well as the paintings, is reserved mostly for the young and usually male nude model posed in any number of art-historically resonant tableaux.
IN A MOMENT COLORED IN EQUAL parts loneliness, horniness, and Special K (also known as ketamine, an animal tranquilizer gaining popularity as a recreational drug), he had unsafe sex with someone he, had just met.