Related formspseu·do·phal·lic, adjective
Examples from the Web for phallic
“I honestly have no idea why people are so fascinated with phallic imagery or phalluses in general,” said Piggy.Penis Pics: Behind the Instagram Account That Looks Like a Dick|Anna Klassen|August 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Artist and The Descendants win big, Ricky Gervais (mostly) behaves, and phallic jokes abound.Golden Globes 2012 Winners & Losers: Watch Best Moments (Video)|Shannon Donnelly|January 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The folks over at Conan responded with this ad featuring an assortment of phallic disguises.
The folks over at Conan have found a way to remedy that, with this ad featuring an assortment of phallic disguises.
He shifts seamlessly from phallic jokes to End Times theology.
Among the Greeks and Romans, boundaries were also marked by a phallic statue of Hermes, the god of fertility.Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism|Thomas Inman
Many of the pictures are phallic in conception, and practically all of them are anthropomorphic.
His theory of the origin of the metals is astral rather than phallic.
These phallic rites were finally abolished by episcopal command.Religion and Lust|James Weir
In this case also he is accompanied by phallic and solar emblems and wears a St. Andrew's cross upon his breast.The Non-Christian Cross|John Denham Parsons
British Dictionary definitions for phallic
- relating to a stage of psychosexual development during which a male child's interest is concentrated on the genital organs
- designating personality traits, such as conceit and self-assurance, due to fixation at the phallic stage of developmentCompare anal (def. 2), oral (def. 7), genital (def. 2)
- (in Freudian theory) denoting a phase of early childhood in which there is a belief that both sexes possess a phallus