postcoitus

post·co·i·tus

(pōst-kō'i-tŭs),
The time immediately after coitus.

post·co·i·tus

(pōst-kō'i-tŭs)
The time immediately after coitus.
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As O'Keefe (2013) says in reference to my initial pillow talk study being used as a classroom learning tool, "If a study on freshmen's postcoitus bliss (Denes, 2012) can't focus a classroom, then we're all in trouble" (p.
Additionally, coitally activated areas in the brainstem induced an increase in tyrosine hydroxylase mRNA expression, which remained for 60 minutes postcoitus, further supporting a role of catecholamines in sexual activity (Caba et al.
Not only is Rafael physically violated and reduced to a sexual object, but he is also seen curled up in fetal position and trembling incoherently postcoitus, while Lourdes flaunts an ecstatic face of bliss.
After a cut that shifts to the postcoitus moment, Bacon's narrative monologue hovers above the lovers lying in bed.
Postcoitus, Paxton remarks smugly to Josh, "Mission accomplished" (echoing the slogan of another self-satisfied American who had recently fucked foreigners?
The time of mating was recorded and was taken at the zero time of coitus; the age of fetuses was expressed in postcoitus days (pc days).
The incredibly hot Baptist flight attendant who always insisted we prayed postcoitus so we wouldn't go to hell.
Like "A Guide," the story opens postcoitus in the nude; however, this time our amnesiac narrator, an English Canadian tourist in Quebec for the winter carnival, is female, and the situation possesses a further distinctive nuance in that her partner is dead.
Right after a night of sexual bliss, only to lose him again through a series of mix-ups and misunderstandings, and her girlfriend's advice to let him make the first postcoitus call.
5 days postcoitus, nulliparous dams were administered 1 [micro]g/kg TCDD orally (n = 13 dams; 1.