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1‘there was no doubting the fact that this woman had a powerful sexuality’
sensuality, sexiness, seductiveness, desirability
sexual appetite, sexual instincts, sexual urges, passion, desire, lust
2‘I've always been pretty open about my sexuality’
sexual orientation, orientation, sexual preference, leaning, persuasion
heterosexuality, homosexuality, lesbianism, gayness, the love that dare not speak its name, bisexuality
transsexuality, omnisexuality, pansexuality
3‘sexuality within holy matrimony was only justified as a necessary part of reproduction’
sexual activity, reproductive activity, procreation, sexual intercourse, sex, intercourse, sexual relations
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.