procreative


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pro·cre·a·tive

(prō'krē-ā-tiv),
Having the power to beget or procreate.

procreative

(prō′krē-ā′tĭv)
adj.
1. Capable of reproducing; generative.
2. Of or relating to procreation: the procreative instinct.

pro·cre·a·tive

(prō'krē-ā'tiv)
Having the power to beget or procreate.
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If the motive of their connubial activity was procreative, then Hubert did not need to practice that special way of kissing he'd learned.
12) of the "inseparable connection" between "the unitive significance and the procreative significance" of a conjugal act as meaning that it is immoral to break this connection through a human act that is deliberately and intentionally directed to preventing the procreative consequences of a conjugal act.
About meaningful difference between plants we can say: the corn is higher and more preferable than millet and sorghum due to stem and procreative organ dry weight, with consideration of height and diameter of corn stem and big maize and the height of plant mass.
Just how far does the procreative liberty protected by the Constitution extend?
22) The right to privacy covers two main areas that apply to the Talty case: the right to make procreative decisions and the right to privacy in sexual behavior.
The meaning of the marriage act derives not from human choice or even human convention but from its procreative character.
I see the ethical challenges not in the reproductive right to use ARTs, but in the case-by-case procreative decisions about their application.
And then the killer sign-off: "Even a nun in a 500 seems to telegraph a faint tingle of the procreative urge.
It works irrespective of age, beauty, wealth and position - even a nun in a 500 seems to telegraph a faint tingle of the procreative urge.
It works irrespective of age, beauty, wealth and position' even a nun in a 500 seems to telegraph a faint tingle of the procreative urge.
They're not looking to punish everything outside of procreative marital sex; they just want to see fewer abortions take place.
However, Osborne neglected to discuss the procreative aspect of sex.