Words are only dirty if you let them be!

Whether you are writing a book, or a sexy note to the hot person in your life, it is always nice to have a list of sexy words to help you get the point across. Words always have several meanings and uses, but here are some that might be useful in the bedroom or at the end of your pen. Use them wisely.

Sex words:

Appetite - craving, demand, gluttony, greed, hunger, inclination, longing, lust, passion, ravenousness, relish, taste, thirst, urge, voracity, weakness, willingness, yearning,

Arouse - agitate, awaken, electrify, enliven, excite, entice, foment, goad, incite, inflame, instigate, kindle, provoke, rally, rouse, spark, stimulate, stir, thrill, waken, warm, whet,

Brutal - atrocious, barbarous, bloodthirsty, callous, cruel, feral, ferocious, hard, harsh, heartless, inhuman, merciless, murderous, pitiless, remorseless, rough, rude, ruthless, savage, severe, terrible, unmerciful, vicious,

Delicious - enticing, exquisite, luscious, lush, rich, savory, tempting,

Ecstasy - delectation, delirium, elation, euphoria, fervor, frenzy, joy, rapture, transport,

Ecstatic - delirious, enraptured, euphoric, fervent, frenzied, joyous, transported, wild,

Erotic - amatory, amorous, aphrodisiac, carnal, earthy, erogenous, fervid, filthy, hot, impassioned, lascivious, lecherous, lewd, raw, romantic, rousing, salacious, seductive, sensual, sexual, spicy, steamy, stimulating, suggestive, titillating, venereal, voluptuous,

Gasp - gulp, heave, wheeze, choke, inhale, snort

Heated - ardent, avid, excited, fervent, fervid, fierce, fiery, frenzied, furious, impassioned, intense, passionate, raging, scalding, scorched, stormy, tempestuous, vehement, violent,

Hunger - appetite, ache, craving, gluttony, greed, longing, lust, mania, ravenousness, voracity, want, yearning

Hungry - avid, carnivorous, covetous, craving, eager, greedy, hungered, rapacious, ravenous, starved, unsatisfied, voracious,

Liquid - damp, ichorous, juicy, moist, luscious, melted, moist, pulpy, sappy, solvent, succulent, viscous, wet / aqueous, broth, elixir, extract, flux, juice, liquor, nectar, sap, sauce, secretion, solution, vitae,

Lithe - agile, lean, pliant, slight, spare, supple

Moving - (exciting,) affecting, affective, arousing, awakening, breathless, dynamic, eloquent, emotional, emotive, expressive, facund, far-out, felt in gut, grabbed by, gripping, heartbreaking, heartrending, impelling, impressive, inspirational, meaningful, mind-bending, mind-blowing, motivating, persuasive, poignant, propelling, provoking, quickening, rallying, rousing, significant, stimulating, simulative, stirring, stunning, touching,

Need - compulsion, demand, devoir, extremity, longing, must, urge, urgency / desire, appetite, avid, burn, craving, eagerness, fascination, greed, hunger, insatiable, longing, lust, taste, thirst, voracious, want, yearning,

Pleasurable - charming, gratifying, luscious, satisfying, savory,

Pleasure - bliss, gluttony, gratification, relish, satisfaction, thrill,

Rapacious - avaricious, ferocious, furious, greedy, predatory, ravening, ravenous, savage, voracious

Rapture - bliss, ecstasy, elation, exaltation, glory, gratification, passion, pleasure,

Rigid - adamant, austere, definite, determined, exact, firm, hard, rigorous, solid, stern, uncompromising, unrelenting, unyielding

Thrust - (forward) advance, drive, impetus, impulsion, lunge, momentum, onslaught, poke, pressure, prod, propulsion, punch, push, shove,

Thrust - (push hard) assail, assault, attack, bear down, buck, drive, force, heave, impale, impel, jab, lunge, plunge, press, prod, ram, shove, stab, transfix, urge,

Thunderstruck - amazed, astonished, aghast, astounded, awestruck, confounded, dazed, dazed, dismayed, overwhelmed, shocked, staggered, startled, stunned,

Torment - agony, anguish, misery, pain, punishment, suffering,

Writhe - agonize, bend, jerk, recoil, lurch, plunge, slither, squirm, struggle, suffer, thrash, thresh, twist, wiggle, wriggle,

Men
balls – ballocks, bollocks, crown/family jewels, gonads, nads, nards, rocks, nuts, scrotum, testicles

cock – bone, boner, dick, erection, genitals, hard-on, hose, lance, manhood, meat, member, organ, pecker, penis, phallus, pole, prick, rod, root, sex, shaft, staff, stem, tool, wood

glans – bulb, crown, head, helmet, knob, mushroom tip, tip

Females
clitoris – bud, bump, bundle of nerves, button, nub, nubbin, pearl

lips – creases, folds, labia, nether lips

nipples – areola, buds, peaks, tips

pussy – beaver, box, bush, cleft, crease, crevice, crotch, cunny, c*nt, f*ckhole, gash, genitals, glove, hole, mound, muff, opening, quim, slit, snatch, twat, vagina, vulva

tits – boobs, bosom, breasts, chest, dugs, globes, knockers, mammary, mounds, rack

Both sexes
ass – arse, backside, behind, bottom, bum, buns, butt, buttocks, cheeks, rear, rear end, rump, seat

come (noun) – cream, cum, ejaculate, honey, jism, jizz, juice, secretions, seed, semen, spunk

come (verb) – blow, climax, cream, cum, ejaculate, get off, jet, peak, spend, spray, spurt, squirt


 
Now think about it, most of these words would not be dirty and you most likely wouldn't of thought of them as being hot sexy words until I told you that is what they were. You can take most of them out of the context of sex and they are can be used as very innocent little words....but I think you should use them to make someone else hot....happy sexy thoughts.



5 comments:

  1. I love that lolcat as well... hee hee. Reminds me of "Dead Like Me", where her Mom wouldn't allow anyone to say the word "moist". Too funny!

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  2. It is funny how we can use words in multiple ways.. Makes having a conversation with someone much interesting when you change up the meanings of words they are using and see just how dirty you can make that conversation! Nice list!

    Redforeman

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  3. Fantastic! These words will help so much with my writing!

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  4. A most interesting list of verbs, nouns and adjectives.
    Myself, as a Canadian living in England, sometimes terminology gets a tad confused. For instance, a 'fanny' in Britain, is a reference to a ladies 'equatorial region'. Quite the opposite to what I knew a fanny to be. No wonder I'm confused:-)
    All the best, Gary from Canada ('The land of the beaver...but hey, that's another story..)

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  5. That was quite the thesexthaurus!

    Secretia

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