- of both sexes.
- combining male and female organs in one individual; hermaphroditic.
- bisferious pulse,
Origin of bisexual
Examples from the Web for bisexual
The new Secret Six continues that tradition establishing Catman as bisexual.
Why is it important to have a bisexual character in a comic book?
Bisexual people, too, tend to be particularly closeted both at home and in the office.
He was bisexual and a ballerina, and this was while I was at the Atlantic Theater Company in Vermont.Jessica Alba on 'Sin City,' Typecasting, and How Homophobia Pushed Her Away From the Church|Marlow Stern|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In this way, bisexual is code for libertine, which is something else altogether.
The fourth glume is coriaceous, with a bisexual or female flower.
Spikelets bisexual, or male and bisexual, each male standing close to a bisexual.
This would seem to indicate that the bisexual may really be inverts.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
From each egg develops the solitary salpa and from her buds the chain of bisexual creatures.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)|David Starr Jordan
Spikelets are binate, a sessile female or bisexual and a pedicelled male or neuter.
1824, "having both sexes in one being, hermaphroditic," from bi- + sexual. Meaning "attracted to both sexes" is from 1914; the noun in this sense is attested from 1922. Not in general use until 1950s. Noun is recorded from 1922. Ambisexual was suggested 1924 in this sense but never caught on.