[ awr-gaz-mik ]
/ ɔrˈgæz mɪk /
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of or relating to orgasm, the physical and emotional sensation experienced at the peak of sexual excitation:One factor that may contribute to women's orgasmic problems is insufficient blood flow to the vaginal area.
showing intense or unrestrained excitement:He was typing away in an orgasmic rage, writing a diatribe about the unfairness of expecting people to work for free.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
Sometimes or·gas·tic [awr-gaz-tik] /ɔrˈgæz tɪk/ .
OTHER WORDS FROM orgasmicnon·or·gas·mic, adjectivepost·or·gas·mic, adjectivepost·or·gas·tic, adjective
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This is a multi-orgasmic Cooke, a progenitor, a life-bequeather, loving with a purpose, not some Earl of Rochester-type debaucher.The Night Sam Cooke Made ‘Chain Gang’ a Hymn to Freedom|Colin Fleming|October 17, 2021|The Daily Beast