(not in technical use) the male gonad or reproductive gland, either of two oval glands located in the scrotum.
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How to use testicle in a sentence
This induced a magnetic field that heated up the nanorods and, therefore, the testicles.Great Balls Of Fire: How Heating Up Testicles With Nanoparticles Might One Day Be A Form Of Male Birth Control | LGBTQ-Editor | January 10, 2022 | No Straight News
His early experiments involved injecting nanoparticles directly into mouse testicles.Great Balls Of Fire: How Heating Up Testicles With Nanoparticles Might One Day Be A Form Of Male Birth Control | LGBTQ-Editor | January 10, 2022 | No Straight News
That follows rapper Nicki Minaj’s tweeting that her cousin’s friend in Trinidad had suffered swollen testicles after getting the vaccine.
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Darius feels shame and embarrassment—the fault, he’s convinced, lies with his own faulty testicle.The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Is Proof That Some Franchises Deserve to Die | Stephanie Zacharek | June 16, 2021 | Time
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British Dictionary definitions for testicle
either of the two male reproductive glands, in most mammals enclosed within the scrotum, that produce spermatozoa and the hormone testosterone: Also called: testis
- testicular (tɛˈstɪkjʊlə), adjective
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Scientific definitions for testicle
Either of the testes of a male mammal together with the scrotum that contains it.
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