Origin of orgiastic
Examples from the Web for orgiastic
The three were living it up at his Arcore villa outside Milan, made famous by his orgiastic Bunga-Bunga parties.Was Putin’s Midnight Visit to Berlusconi About Bunga Bunga?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|October 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yet what should have been an orgiastic love fest, was, surprisingly, far more muted.
The worship of the gods assumed a more terrific and orgiastic character.India, Old and New|Sir Valentine Chirol
Even the Dry-towners shunned the orgiastic rituals of Kamaina.The Door Through Space|Marion Zimmer Bradley
There was nothing tumultuous or orgiastic in his proceedings.The Expositor's Bible: The First Book of Kings|F. W. Farrar
Of a sudden the rage seemed to die in Hal, spent in that last, orgiastic convulsion of passion.Cursed|George Allan England
Beginning with the two "calves," they proceeded to lewd and orgiastic idolatries.The Expositor's Bible|F. W. Farrar
Word Origin and History for orgiastic
1690s, from Greek orgiastikos "fit for orgies, exciting," from orgiastes "one who celebrates orgies," from orgiazein "to celebrate orgies," from orgia (see orgy).