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libidinal

  1. Relating or pertaining to the libido.
    • 2008, Philip Roth, Indignation:
      On a weekend night at Winesburg, blue balls constituted the norm, striking down dozens between, say, ten and midnight, while ejaculation, that most pleasant and natural of remedies, was the ever-elusive, unprecedented event in the erotic career of a student libidinally at his lifetime's peak of performance.

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libidinal (feminine singular libidinale, masculine plural libidinaux, feminine plural libidinales)

  1. libidinal

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