lovemaking


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Synonyms for lovemaking

sexual intercourse

Synonyms

Synonyms for lovemaking

sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people

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The survey was carried out by call-centre workers, who throughout July asked 2000 UK women, aged between 18 and 55: "How long, in your opinion, on average, does your man spend on lovemaking each session?
But the company, which runs the block of apartments, said lovemaking is part of normal family life and not grounds for eviction.
After giving people an opportunity to develop the first list, for the second list I ask them to describe the feelings of "afterglow" following lovemaking.
When we first got together, our lovemaking was fine.
Set in an usually fertile suburb filled with babies, Strange Invaders chronicles one memorable night when Doris and Roger (an inveterate star gazer and neighbourhood voyeur) have a bout of potentially back--breaking lovemaking.
Their lovemaking was grand up until the point where he no longer wanted to make love but would rather parade her before his friends and take her out in public only to see if other men would hit on his "prize.
partnership is now running a promotion using the Kama Sutra, the Indian book of lovemaking.
This conjoining (also a "spiritual reimbodiment") becomes reflective of the early lovemaking Avey and jay enjoyed amidst the patheon of African deities.
Overall, 51 per cent of those interviewed said they had tried in-car lovemaking, with four out of five saying it had been "successful".
It's as if Uncle Sam strictly regulated calves conceived through artificial insemination while winking at those spawned through traditional bovine lovemaking.
Hulse also suggested that if these two are male and female, they may be none other than Venus and Adonis "taking their ease after lovemaking.
Realities of modem life can severely limit opportunities for lovemaking even in the infertile periods.
She admits that boogying in nightclubs turns her thoughts to fantasies about lovemaking.
Although the defense tried to suggest that Wight and Brenner's lovemaking provoked the killer, the judge ruled this irrelevant.