Definition of Lesbic
1. lesbian [adj]
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Literary usage of Lesbic
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1. Psychopathia Sexualis: With Especial Reference to the Antipathic Sexual by Richard Krafft-Ebing (1906)
"1 Paul, Epist. ad Rom. J floss, op. cit. * It is a remarkable fact that in fiction, lesbic love is frequently used as the leading theme, viz., Diderot, ..."
2. Psychopathia Sexualis, with Especial Reference to the Antipathic Sexual by Richard Krafft-Ebing (1922)
"It is a remarkable fact that in fiction, lesbic love is frequently used as the leading theme, viz., Diderot, " La Religieuse " ..."
3. Hellenic History by George Willis Botsford (1922)
"Mytilene, the chief lesbic city, trading with Egypt, enjoyed the imported refinements of the Orient. Less devoted than the Ionians however to commerce and ..."
4. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association by American philological association (1897)
"... though imbedded in a recessively accented tense-system, has managed to escape retraction, until in the lesbic Aeolic all opposition is overcome by ..."
5. Hellenic Civilization by George Willis Botsford (1915)
"... later than Sappho and belongs to the latter half of the century, yet the erotic tone of his verse connects him in a way with the lesbic group of poets. ..."
6. A History of the Ancient World by George Willis Botsford (1911)
"The home of the ballad was Lesbos,1 and its great representatives were the lesbic poets, Al-cae'us and Sappho, who belonged to the early part of the sixth ..."
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