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Synonyms for procreant

of or relating to reproduction

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As it shall be recalled that mental health conceived Africentrically compels ADP to prioritize the life and living of their own race first, then precluded proactively is the procreant function with Eurasians--who as a collective apparently because of TEP have shown themselves as enemies everywhere at all times in all things.
The houses know that in the inescapable city nature is forever lost, and that seeking it, pursuing "the procreant urge," can lead only to cheap sexual thrills.
Due to falling birth rates, rising divorce rates, and other anxieties (such as the flappers of the 1920's and women entering the workforce), heterosexuality was culturally redefined as "a procreant urge linked inexorably with carnal lust.
Nam quaecumque ad meridiem et occidentem spectant, ab tineis et umore libri uitiantur, quod uenti umidi aduenientes procreant eas et alunt infindentesque umidos spiritus pallore uolumina corrumpunt.
In this moment, the journey of the poet--through the stages of impassioned love for nature and music through the discovery of their concordance--and the project of the poem's language--to find in prose the procreant qualities of verse, and yet question poetry's conventional dichotomies--seem momentarily simultaneous.
les attaques violentes de Martial prineipalement qui condamne les rapports entre une femme libre et ses esclaves participant ainsi a la contamination interne de la societe en procreant des enfants libres mais en realite d'origine servile.
Urge and urge and urge, Always the procreant urge of the world.
Just as Very envisages himself as a vehicle and instrument of the Holy Ghost who has obliterated his personal will and penetrated his consciousness, in his passive surrender to inspiration the Whitmanian speaker becomes a channel of the divine energy of life in its multiple forms: "Urge and urge and urge,/ Always the procreant urge of the world" (Whitman 1982: 28, [section] 3); "Through me the afflatus surging and surging.
Such lines as "Urge and urge and urge, / Always the procreant urge of the world" ("Song of Myself" 44-45) have led Miller, Shapiro, and Slote to conclude that Whitman sees the world as a "sexual pantheist" because for him it is "infused by creative sexual vitality" (25).
Urge and urge and urge/Always the procreant urge of the world," wrote Walt Whitman in "Song of Myself," a blast of self-actualization whose bracing textures provide a kind of music against which to set Samaras's wondrous investigations into what it means to be.
Sometimes the coincidence in sound is poorer: procreant and foutant share only their terminal phoneme, but Queneau squashes them together all the same, confounding the difference in register: "par toi les animaux en leur lieu en leur temps / savourent la planete en y procrefoutant" (IV, 117).
There must be two hundred members just in my home temple who grew up in procreant cliques, and no one says a word about it.