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. Whatever the facts, she is anguished by the experience.
Seizing on the lines when the Prince berates Falstaff for not caring what time it is unless "the blessed sun himself" were "a fair hot wench in flame-coloured taffeta" (1.2.9-10), 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. The "sexual reference" that R.