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sod·o·my

(sod'ŏm-ē),
A term denoting a number of sexual practices variously proscribed by law, especially bestiality, oral-genital contact, and anal intercourse.
Synonym(s): buggery
[see sodomist]
An antiquated term for sodomy

buggery

See sodomy.
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PETER BROOK CARE WORKER, 58 Convicted of four indecent assaults, one buggery and one charge of gross indecency.
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Hemingway achieves this tone by making an implicit connection between the initial talk of "buggery" and "mashing" that opens the story and the subsequent portrayal of Nick and Trudy's relations.
| Johnson Brian Greenwell, 70, charged with misconduct, buggery without consent, false imprisonment and two counts of assault.
| Neil Sowerby, 60, charged with misconduct, three counts of buggery without consent, two of assault and four of indecent assault.
The 64-year-old, who was a regular on ITV's This Morning, was accused of nine counts of indecent assault and one count of buggery when he appeared at Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester.
The 63-year-old was held on suspicion of indecent assaults and buggery in relation to five former pupils at Altrincham Grammar School for Boys.
Dubbed Ireland's Jimmy Savile, the RTE presenter faced 56 charges of indecent assault, buggery and attempted buggery involving 11 victims in 2002.
Clutching the dock rail, he pleaded guilty to 15 offences of indecent assault, two charges of indecency, two of buggery and one further offence of attempted buggery.
Phillip Thompson was convicted by a jury at Inner London Crown Court of five counts of buggery, one of indecent assault and two of taking indecent images of children.
Langham, 58, of Golford, near Cranbrook, Kent, denies 10 counts of indecent assault and two counts of buggery between January 1996 and April 2000.
"States' rights" became imperative to the left when the issue became buggery. Congress, the left says, may not control marriage because it isn't a federal matter.