Definition of phallic
phallicallyplay \ˈfa-li-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
Examples of phallic in a Sentence
The poem is filled with phallic imagery.
an ancient Greek phallic symbol representing fertility
Recent Examples of phallic from the Web
Another server plops a flimsy blue phallic straw in my cherry red martini named the Sarah Jessica Parker.
Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter But still, there was that phallic name.
Amazonian women, attacked and enslaved by Ares, the God of War, fought their way out of slavery and then hid on an island cloaked by an invisible shield to protect them from hotheaded men with phallic insecurities — the ultimate enemy.
This breakthrough came at an ironic cost as gay-friendly analysts in the 1990s and 2000s often repeated their predecessors’ inclination to emphasize attachment motivations at the expense of phallic drives.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In a world of only women, there are no phallic structures.
LOS ANGELES — Filmmaker Patty Jenkins figures that in a world of only women, there would be no phallic structures.
In a world of only women, there are no phallic structures.
A federal judge recently ruled that the case involving gags about Caitlyn Jenner, Tom Brady and the phallic properties of the Washington Monument could head to a jury.
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First Known Use of phallic
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Definition of phallic for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or resembling a penis
Medical Definition of phallic
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