noun, plural pe·nis·es, pe·nes [pee-neez]. /ˈpi niz/. Anatomy, Zoology.
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Origin of penis
OTHER WORDS FROM penispe·nile [peen-l, pee-nahyl], /ˈpin l, ˈpi naɪl/, pe·ni·al [pee-nee-uhl], /ˈpi ni əl/, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH penispenal, penile
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Example sentences from the Web for penis
If so, I’d leave this alone or maybe look more aggressively for men with large penises, if that’s even necessary.
Now, owning a penis doesn’t mean you know how to use that penis, however, never being in the driver’s seat of anything penile.
I have had sex with about 29 men and at the age of 40, I have not had a single penis that came close to what I would call “too big,” though my girlfriends talk about this.
These channels and platforms aren’t governed by the Motion Picture Association’s ratings system, which strictly limits the circumstances under which the penis can be shown.
To me, this says something about the unusual significance we continue to grant the penis, along with our cultural need to carefully regulate its representation.
The Huffington Post wrote, “PSA: That Bulge Is Not Actually Idris Elba's Penis.”Idris Elba’s Battle of the Bulge: Moose Knuckles and Sexist Double Standards|Keli Goff|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Welcome to the 2nd Annual Smallest Penis in Brooklyn Pageant.
With no rulers or full frontal nudity, the men in the Smallest Penis Pageant seemed normal-sized.
Penis pictures are far more prevalent at men-seeking-men websites than at men-seeking-women sites.
Penis rudimentarius causa impotentiae est, sed casus amplificationis post matrimonium habentur.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Penis short, hairy, finely-ringed, with no projecting point at its dorsal basis.
Penis, with a straight, sharp, short point on the dorsal basis.
Penis at some distance from the female aperture, except in Amphibola and Siphonaria.
Penis rather small, coloured purplish, with numerous little tufts of bristles.A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia (Volume 1 of 2)|Charles Darwin