Origin of pubic
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Examples from the Web for pubic
Shirtless bros with pillowy lips and cargo pants pulled down to expose tufts of pubic hair.Abercrombie & Ditch: The Fall of the House of Tween
December 10, 2014
Yes, Judy Greer recalls, in detail, the discovery of her first pubic hair.Judy Greer Doesn’t Know What You Know Her From
April 11, 2014
Up until maybe two decades ago, women who kept their pubic hair were not considered unusual.Waxing: Damned if You Do and Damned if You Don’t: How Pubic Hair Became Political
April 10, 2014
Recently, Cameron Diaz announced that she believes that body hair, and pubic hair in particular, is there for a reason.Madonna Took a Selfie of Her Hairy Armpit. So What?
March 21, 2014
And pictures of one blow-drying one's pubic hair, however unfortunate, are unlikely to have a bearing on one's sexuality.James Middleton: I Am Not Gay, And My Company is Doing Nicely
March 11, 2013
The normal woman has no beard while the pubic hairs are the same as in man.The Sexual Question
Even later than this is the growth of the axillary and pubic hair.The Sexual Life of the Child
How many more there must be in the city (i.e., hair in the pubic region)!A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan
John U. Wolff
The pubic symphysis is the union between the two pubic bones.
In Chimra there is a well developed iliac process, but the pubic parts of the girdle are only united by connective tissue.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)
Francis Maitland Balfour
- of or relating to the pubes or pubispubic hair
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Word Origin and History for pubic
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of, relating to, or located in the region of the pubis or the pubes.
- Relating to the pubic region of the abdomen.
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- The forwardmost of the three bones that fuse together to form each of the hipbones. See more at skeleton.
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