Recent Examples of orgiastic from the Web
The Canaanites, with their orgiastic nature-worship . .
While much of the United States observes, nonplussed, denizens of Washington lose themselves to three days of orgiastic celebration.
And as Lloyd points out, the orgiastic bits — which are so intoxicating live — can seem crude.
The orgiastic glee with which protesters tore down, then beat up, a century-old monument to a generic Confederate soldier in Durham, N.C., this week was alarming.
The Commander has brought her to an orgiastic version of The Ritz Carlton.
Being a Luddite in today's orgiastic marketplace is to believe that any society based on hysterical consumerism will ultimately devour itself.
Many here noted that Mr. Bowie, a global star whose songs about being an outsider and an outcast gave him a particular cult status during the orgiastic, anything-goes 1970s, had touched their lives.
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Origin and Etymology of orgiastic
First Known Use: 1698See Words from the same year
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