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pubes

 [pu´bēz] (L.)
1. the hairs growing over the pubic region.
2. the pubic region.

pubic hair

[TA]
the hair of the pubic region just above the external genitals.
Synonym(s): pubes (1) [TA]

pubes

(pyo͞o′bēz)
n. pl. pubes
1. The lower part of the abdomen, especially the region surrounding the external genitals.
2. The hair that appears on this region at puberty.
3. Plural of pubis.

pu·bes

(pyū'bēz) [TA]
1. [TA] The area above the external genitals where hair growth signals puberty.
2. One of the pubic hairs; the hair of the pubic region. usage note Often incorrectly called pubis.
[L. pubes, the hair on the genitals; the genitals]

pubes

The pubic hair or the PUBIC region of the body.
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He employs medically appropriate terms; Preeb and Pube use slang and widely accepted terms, guaranteeing that the book is accessible to its audience.
She pulled off my collared shirt, slid her hand under my jeans, her nails running lightly through my pubes. My skin there jumped.
She could flash her pubes, head of the Medusa; get a reaction, just a little more than a nod from his handsome face.
These extend from the symphisis pubes at the front, around the sides of the bony pelvis and attach to the coccyx at the rear.
He was raised by feminists.) I bought some medicine from TJ that turned my pubes blue.
She reclines, with eyes open, breasts and pubic hair, or pubes, on display (1905; Pl.
There's profit in shaving those pubes now that straight men have gotten into the act: witness that the major razor manufacturers are actively promoting just this application.
Like most of the guys in the room, you shave your crotch--you've done so ever since sophomore year when Kangaroo Court fined you a case of beer for having "1970s pubes." It's not to please the girls--nor is it, as a lit theory classmate of yours has suggested, a sick desire for pre-pubescence.
Regina Literata, Rex Platonicus Illic laeta parat pubes spectacula, Scenae Materiam veteris, multiplicesque iocos, Et Tragicam ferri rabiem, querelosque Cothurnos, Moesta quibus tristi funera clade sonant.