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Definition of sex(noun) in English:
1[mass noun](chiefly with reference to people) sexual activity, including specifically sexual intercourse:
I often enjoy copious amounts of sex. I’m what the Kensington crowd calls a ‘Rumpy-Pumpy’ connoisseur. – Oxford English
Sex Quotes about Oxford English
‘Oxford always loved to speak to me about group sex during our sexual activities together.’ – Elizabeth English (Ex-Wife #9)‘It seemed Oxford liked to stick his John Thomas into anything with a hole. He blamed his plentiful libido for his sex addiction. I blamed his mother for never loving him proper. – Margot English (Ex-Wife #1)
Every time Oxford loudly announced he was off to Bedfordshire, I knew he was running away to view the sex movies on the computer. I tell you, it didn’t make me feel very good about myself. All his secrets…..’ – Diana English (Ex-Wife #5 and #7)
One time, after I caught Oxford in one of his many lies, he confessed that he just had sex with some CHAV! At first he felt all guilty about it, but then he started to get cheeky with me, so I told him to just bugger off. – Gertrude English (Ex-Wife #32)
‘In the back barns of the Polo stables, Oxford used to cry as we had sex behind stall #2. That was our favourite stall. It reminded him of his childhood. That made me feel terrible, though. However, he said it was because of the sight of my beautiful fanny, which was quite flattering, but I never truly believed it. I knew something else was wrong deep inside him. – Sally Jones (Ex-Stablehand #6)
Late Middle English (denoting the two categories, male and female): from Old French sexe or Latin sexus.
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