Definition of Sadists

1. Noun. (plural of sadist) ¹



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Definition of Sadists

1. sadist [n] - See also: sadist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sadists

sadhanas
sadhe
sadhes
sadhu
sadhus
sadi
sadic
sadiron
sadirons
sadis
sadisms
sadist
sadistic
sadistically
sadists (current term)
saditty
sadly
sadness
sadnesses
sado
sados
sadr

Literary usage of Sadists

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1. Medicolegal Aspects of Moral Offenses by Léon Henri Thoinot, Arthur Wisswald Weysse (1911)
"Such is the schematic series of sadistic acts, but all sadists do not act. ... Another variety of sadists who do not act, who never have acted and who never ..."

2. The Sexual Question: A Scientific, Psychological, Hygenic and Sociological Study by Auguste Forel (1908)
"sadists become experts in the art of assassination without discovery. ... Some sadists assassinate children, others men, when their perversion is compi le. ..."

3. The Unsound Mind and the Law: A Presentation of Forensic Psychiatry by George W. Jacoby (1918)
"Although all typical sadists and Masochists have many psychic traits in common, it will be found that the sadists as a rule are energetic, unscrupulous and ..."

4. Psychoanalysis and Love by André Tridon (1922)
"Her life of sorrow must have vouchsafed her, after all, a good many masochistic compensations of the neurotic variety. Famous Women sadists. ..."

5. Analysis of the Sexual Impulse: Love and Pain; the Sexual Impulse in Women by Havelock Ellis (1913)
"The same may often be noted in sadists whose crimes were very much more serious and brutal than those of De Sade. A man who stabbed women in the streets at ..."

6. Analysis of the Sexual Impulse: Love and Pain; the Sexual Impulse in Women by Havelock Ellis (1913)
"The same may often be noted in sadists whose crimes were very much more serious and brutal than those of De Sade. A man who stabbed women in the streets at ..."

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