Definition of Sexual activity
1. Noun. Activities associated with sexual intercourse. "They had sex in the back seat"
Specialized synonyms: Bondage, Outercourse, Safe Sex, Conception, Carnal Knowledge, Coition, Coitus, Congress, Copulation, Intercourse, Relation, Sex Act, Sexual Congress, Sexual Intercourse, Sexual Relation, Pleasure, Love, Love Life, Lovemaking, Making Love, Sexual Love, Carnal Abuse, Conjugation, Coupling, Mating, Pairing, Sexual Union, Union, Breeding, Facts Of Life, Procreation, Reproduction, Arousal, Foreplay, Stimulation, Perversion, Sexual Perversion, Autoeroticism, Autoerotism, Promiscuity, Promiscuousness, Sleeping Around, Lechery, Gayness, Homoeroticism, Homosexualism, Homosexuality, Queerness, Bisexuality, Heterosexualism, Heterosexuality, Straightness, Bestiality, Zooerastia, Zooerasty
Generic synonyms: Activity, Bodily Function, Bodily Process, Body Process
Attributes: Heterosexual, Homosexual
Derivative terms: Sex, Sexual
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Literary usage of Sexual activity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion & Disease Prevention by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"One study found that such an approach was successful in reducing teen sexual activity and improving contraceptive use among teens who were sexually ..."
2. The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children (1916)
"... to too great sexual activity. native of this type of spermatozoon. I have seen cells in which the protoplasm still surrounded the nucleus in ordinary ..."
3. Healthy People 2000 by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"But, teenage sexual activity is a complex issue, embedded in family, social, and economic factors. Interventions to prevent associated negative health ..."
4. An American Text-book of Physiology by William Henry Howell (1900)
"In most animals ovulation is a periodic phenomenon accompanying certain seasons, and is marked by general sexual activity. In woman and many domesticated ..."