private parts

plural noun

Definition of private parts 

: the external genital and excretory organs

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So if pineapple juice actually can make your private parts fresher and tastier, what's the ingredient in the juice that does the trick? Blake Bakkila, Health.com, "Why Kim Kardashian Wants You to Google Pineapple Juice," 9 July 2018 Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his Chicago Police Department didn’t have a fit a few weeks ago when hordes of bike riders on the North Side took off their clothes — private parts waving in the breeze — for the annual World Naked Bike Ride. John Kass, chicagotribune.com, "Father Mike's shutdown of Dan Ryan aimed directly at Mayor Emanuel," 5 July 2018 The woman was able to break free from his hold by grabbing Turner’s private parts. Fox News, "Man allegedly breaks into woman’s home twice, rapes her, found waiting in victim’s bed: cops," 28 June 2018 In it, Donald Trump's discussion of grabbing women's private parts became a huge, but not disqualifying, scandal during his successful campaign for the presidency. Julie Hinds, Detroit Free Press, "Can tape of sobbing child detainees join shocking sounds, images that have shaped history?," 20 June 2018 Police also allege that McDowell gave victims narcotics and texted them photos of his private parts, prosecutors said. Laney Ruckstuhl, BostonGlobe.com, "Two men charged with sex trafficking in Boston, on Cape Cod," 19 June 2018 The car had been backed into the parking space and the man's private parts were fully exposed, the woman told police. Jane Ford-stewart, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "For the second time in a month, a man inappropriately touched himself in front of a woman at Target in West Allis," 15 June 2018 Teach your child that if an adult looks at, touches, or shows a private part, the child needs to tell a parent or another trusted adult immediately. Evan Weiner Md, Philly.com, "Keeping kids safe at summer camp," 4 June 2018 And then there are words for male private parts that have evolved into positive adjectives, indicating power, dominance, swagger. The Washington Post, NOLA.com, "Let's talk about the c-word -- and why it's so taboo," 2 June 2018

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1737, in the meaning defined above

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private parts

noun

English Language Learners Definition of private parts

: a person's external sexual organs

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