undersexed


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undersexed

(ŭn′dər-sĕkst′)
adj.
Having low sexual desire or potency.
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With shades of O.J., Love barrels down the PCH with a loaded gun in her hand and mental list of guys who turned this once easily "overwhelmed" and "undersexed" damsel in distress into damaged goods in a tattered dress.
Credit goes to director Lucy Bailey, working on this occasion with far more of a payoff than she brought to her simultaneously overripe and undersexed take on Tennessee Williams' "Baby Doll" at the NT a few seasons back.
And it certainly doesn't mean he's undersexed if you want to make love more frequently than he does.
Falling into the now -popular brief-lives-genre, Morris eschews the rigours of research in favour of a a quixotic and often deplorable mix of fact, fiction, but primarily 'fantasy.' She 'imagines' meetings with Lincoln, who she decides was probably 'undersexed' or 'perhaps the truth is that he had bisexual instincts.'
Over-sexed male rats have smaller brain cells than undersexed ones, says Dr Marc Breedlove at the University of California.
They are witty and entertaining, impulsive, insecure, undersexed, neurotic, bored, suspicious, pretentious, manipulative, self-involved and sick of themselves.
To research her role as England's most famous overworked, undersexed fictional thirtysomething, Renee Zellweger worked undercover for two weeks at Picador -- the British publishing house that launched "Bridget Jones' Diary."
I think my boyfriend is undersexed. He rarely makes the first move in our lovemaking and I often feel that I force him into it.
But it has been conjectured that both Max and Florence were undersexed.