I undo the button, but before I unzip him I let my fingers wander, tracing his erection through the soft denim.
He also recalled that his mentor had an erection “on at least one occasion” when he bear-hugged him from behind.
Liberal sex propaganda or just something that sort of looked like an erection?
So I rubbed his pants until he had an erection and then he came.
With the erection of the wall and permanent military checkpoints in 2003, this number decreased even more.
Upon his death agreements were made in 1526 for the erection of the whole of the remaining twenty-two windows.
Yet the law approves and encourages the flowing of lands for the erection of mills.
It was a literal crucifixion, without the erection of the cross.
This plant cost for framing and erection $300 and for machinery delivered $706.
The erection of these works on the ground of economy alone, was of great service to the Confederate Government.
mid-15c., "establishment; advancement," from Late Latin erectionem (nominative erectio), noun of action from past participle stem of erigere (see erect (adj.)). Meaning "the putting up" (of a building, etc.), "stiffening of the penis" are both from 1590s.
erection e·rec·tion (ĭ-rěk'shən)
The firm and enlarged condition of a body organ or part when the erectile tissue surrounding it becomes filled with blood, especially such a condition of the penis or clitoris.
The process of filling with blood.