Examples from the Web for priapic
Married off to Henry Thrale, a rich, priapic brewer, she bore him twelve children, of whom only four survived into adult life.
This fictitious character is represented in priapic attitudes in a number of illustrations of old English ballads.
Consult index for agitated fear of aconite, melancholy of muriatic, priapic pulsatilla.Ulysses|James Joyce
The association of the goat with priapic ceremonies has already been mentioned.
This was a semi-literary club of profligates with the Priapic emblems for its ensign.
These two works together—the centuries of sonnets against Aretino, and the Priapic lucubrations—obtained a wide celebrity.
British Dictionary definitions for priapic
Word Origin and History for priapic
"phallic," 1786, with -ic + Priapus (Greek Priapos), son of Dionysus and Aphrodite, the god who personified male reproductive power. His name is of unknown origin.