sex

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  • Sexual activity, especially sexual intercourse.
  • The sexual urge or instinct as it manifests itself in behavior.
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  • Either of the two divisions, designated female and male, by which most organisms are classified on the basis of their reproductive organs and functions.
  • The fact or condition of existing in these two divisions, especially the collection of characteristics that distinguish female and male.
  • Females or males considered as a group.
  • One's identity as either female or male.
  • The genitals.
  • To determine the sex of (an organism).
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  • To arouse sexually. Often used with <em>up.</em>
  • To increase the appeal or attractiveness of. Often used with <em>up.</em>
  • The character of being either male or female; the anatomical and physiological distinction between male and female, evidenced by the physical character of their generative organs, and the part taken by each in the function of reproduction; gender, with reference to living organisms.
  • Either one of the two kinds of beings, male and female, which are distinguished by sex; males or females, collectively considered and contrasted.
  • Especially, the female sex; womankind, by way of emphasis: generally with the definite article.
  • In <em>botany</em>, the character or structure of plants which corresponds to sex in animals, there being, except in the lowest orders, a clear differentiation of male and female elements.
  • the female sex collectively; womankind.
  • To ascertain the sex of (a specimen of natural history); mark or label as male or female.
  • An obsolete or dialectal form of <internalXref urlencoded="six">six</internalXref>.
  • The distinguishing peculiarity of male or female in both animals and plants; the physical difference between male and female; the assemblage of properties or qualities by which male is distinguished from female.
  • One of the two divisions of organic beings formed on the distinction of male and female.
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  • The capability in plants of fertilizing or of being fertilized.
  • One of the groups founded on this distinction.
  • the female sex; women, in general.
  • Either of two main divisions (either <xref>female</xref> or <xref>male</xref>) into which many <xref>organisms</xref> can be placed, according to <xref>reproductive</xref> function or <xref>organs</xref>.
  • The distinguishing <xref>property</xref>, <xref>quality</xref>, or <xref>assemblage</xref> of properties by which organisms are classified as female or male on the basis of their reproductive organs and functions; the set of properties by which male is <xref>distinguished</xref> from female.
  • <xref>Sexual intercourse</xref>; the act of <xref>sexual</xref> <xref>intercourse</xref>.
  • <xref>Genitalia</xref>; a <xref>penis</xref> or <xref>vagina</xref>.
  • <xref>Women</xref>; <xref>womankind</xref>.
  • To determine the <xref>biological</xref> sex of an animal.
  • To have sex with.
  • either of the two categories (male or female) into which most organisms are divided
  • the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles
  • activities associated with sexual intercourse
  • stimulate sexually
  • tell the sex (of young chickens)
  • all of the feelings resulting from the urge to gratify sexual impulses
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