- intromissive, adjective
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How to use intromission in a sentence
The said John, by letter, gave a discharge to the said Earl of all further intromission or care with his affairs.
As a respectable man, I, for one, would never countenance any intromission of that kind.Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 432 | Various
Courtship is consummated when the female raises her tail in acceptance of the male and intromission is effected.Natural History of the Racer Coluber constrictor | Henry S. Fitch
His revelations considerably surprised me, because I had no idea that there was actual intromission.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6) | Havelock Ellis
The pair remained in the coital position for 30 minutes after the male had achieved intromission.