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phal·lic

 (făl′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or resembling a phallus.
2. Of or relating to the cult of the phallus as an embodiment of generative power: phallic worship.
3. Of or relating to the third stage of psychosexual development in psychoanalytic theory, from about ages three to six, during which gratification is focused on sensations associated with the genital organs. The phallic stage is preceded by the anal stage and followed by the latency period.

[Greek phallikos, from phallos, phallus; see phallus.]

phal′li·cal·ly adv.

phallically

(ˈfælɪklɪ)
adv
(Anatomy) in a phallic manner or in a manner that is suggestive of a phallus
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The whole thing's played out amid ale-soaked love-making, the local baker's phallically positioned baguettes and a sweaty earthiness that celebrates the human condition.
The whole thing's played out amid ale-soaked lovemaking, the local baker's phallically positioned baguettes and a sweaty earthiness that celebrates the human condition.
The whole thing is played out amid ale-soaked lovemaking, the local baker's phallically positioned baguettes and a sweaty earthiness that celebrates the human condition.
Grey House' (Christian's headquarters) looms up phallically, then later Ana nibbles on the pencil he gave her -- and the film even cuts to a close-up of her lips wrapped suggestively around his pencil.
When he first moved to Dublin, Kavanagh recalls, the poets were too phallically modernist and self-promoting for his taste: 'there weren one willing to play the passive feminine role.