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mas·tur·ba·to·ry

 (măs′tər-bə-tôr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or relating to masturbation.
2. Excessively self-indulgent or self-involved: "[The play's] star ... paces around his cell, smoking and snarling in a masturbatory rant" (Sam Whiting).
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masturbatory

(ˈmæstəˌbeɪtərɪ)
adj
involving, conducive to, or suggestive of masturbation
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masturbatory

[ˈmæstəˈbeɪtərɪ] ADJmasturbatorio
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masturbatory

adjmasturbatorisch
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"[I]f nothing else, Red Dawn plays like a Reaganite masturbatory fantasy," sneered another.
The fact that the author, in his New Journalistic gonzo zeal, inserted himself onto the massage tables and nudist orgies he was reporting on felt masturbatory and phallocentric.
According to documents from the university, Dennard not only expressed interest in a female graduate student who worked under him but also "pretended to unzip his pants in her presence, tried to get her to sit on his lap, and made masturbatory gestures."
The patient was referred for special education, and behavioral recommendations were made for the masturbatory behavior.
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Here we come to the point that I find most challenging in Queer Experimental Literature: the claim that academic reading narrowly defines good reading not just to the exclusion of "stupefaction, anxiety, masturbatory pleasure, exuberance, shameless immodesty, and so many other minor affects" (xxxi), but also to the exclusion of all but a small handful of acceptable or "authorized genres" (53).
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Avishai's presumption that women would be as thrilled to identify with Portnoy's benighted sister (and her panties as perverse object of her brother's masturbatory ministrations) as men, the "brothers" in this equation, would be to see themselves in Alex himself, is patently ridiculous and one of the writer's few misses in Promiscuous.
However, masturbatory behaviors in children and infants area less commonly addressed issue in the literature and most findings are form case reports or case series.
For years Pershing Square has been one of the three or four places in America famous to homosexuals, famous not for its posh, the chic is round-heeled here, but because it is one of the avatars of good old masturbatory sex, dirty with the crusted sugars of smut, dirty rooming houses around the corner where the score is made, dirty book and photograph stores down the street, old-fashioned out-of-the-Thirties burlesque houses, cruising bars, jukeboxes, movie houses; Pershing Square is the town plaza for all those lonely, respectable, small-town homosexuals who lead a family life.
Last year's "Tip-to-Tip Efficiency" gave us a masturbatory math problem, and this season brought us a monkey with a very active bionic arm, proving the Mike Judge comedy is just daring the TV Academy to vote for gleeful vulgarity once again.
"While The First Bad Man has pointed satire and flashes of pathos that may appeal to a narrow bandwidth of July fans, it's hard to imagine anyone warming up to a middle section peppered with Cheryl's graphic masturbatory musings that mash up her and Clee and Phillip in an unsavory stew that can best be described as porno-Tourette's.