Definition of Tribadic

1. tribade [adj] - See also: tribade



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tribadic

triazole
triazole cytochrome P-450-obtusifoliol-14-demethylase
triazoles
triazolide
triazoline
triazolinone
triazolinones
triazologuanine
triazolone
triazolones
triazolopyridine
triazolopyridines
triazolyl
tribades
tribadic (current term)
tribadies
tribadisms
tribadistic
tribal
tribal chief
tribal sheik
tribal sheikh
tribal society
tribalesque
tribalisation
tribalism
tribalisms

Literary usage of Tribadic

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1. The Thirty-six Dramatic Situations by Georges Polti (1917)
"The tribadic or sapphic branch has not been used upon the stage; Mourey alone has attempted it, but in vain in his "Lawn Tennis." The objection which might ..."

2. Die stammesgeschichtliche Entstehung des Bienenstaates sowie Beiträge zur by Hugo Berthold von Buttel-Reepen (1903)
"Ber. d. Berl. Entora. Ver. f. 1887, p. XXIII. 9U — Päderastie und tribadic bei den Tieren. Auf Grund der Litteratur zusammengestellt. I^eipzig 1900. ..."

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