sodomitically

sodomitically

(ˌsɒdəˈmɪtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a sodomitical manner
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For back in that Riverton bedroom, warm light has also been quenched by darkness, and Alma taken from behind, either "doggy style" or sodomitically.
9-10), Goldberg declares that Hal is the "sun/son" and that he is here sodomitically revealing the role reversals that make his follower, Falstaff, his master in bed while also revealing his own desire to go cross-dressed in red taffeta.
A seemingly conventional city comedy plot is interlaced with doubles entendres which, when activated, seem to replot the play sodomitically.