Definition of horny in English:

horny

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Pronunciation: /ˈhɔːni
 
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adjective (hornier, horniest)

  • 1Of or resembling horn: a horny beak
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    • Whereas all of the earlier forms had strong jaws and teeth or horny beaks, the sauropodomorphs had tiny heads and weak jaws and teeth, and used gastric stones, like modern-day birds, to grind up food in the stomach.
    • The plant-eating Dryosaurus had a horny beak and grinding teeth, walked on two legs and was as tall as an average 10-year-old child.
    • A cephalopod is also characterized by a horny beak secreted by the walls of the buccal cavity, and a radula within the buccal cavity.
  • 1.1Hard and rough: horny hands horny, dry skin
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    • One group likes horny skin and, from shape or location, are called microsporum, trichophyton, or epidermophyton.
    • Squamous cell cancers are often yellowish red in color with crusty or horny elevations of the skin.
    • It may be that an accumulation of minor abrasions of the horny layer of skin is a necessary precondition for the onset of the disease.
  • 2 informal Feeling or arousing sexual excitement: she was making him very horny a horny picture
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    • There is only one bed in the apartment, a fact that further excites the already horny Kurono.
    • It was easily the sexiest, most horny thing I have ever seen.
    • A picture of me wearing a Superman t-shirt, surrounded by horny college babes, wound up on the front page of the local newspaper.

Derivatives

hornily

adverb
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  • The girls will dance hornily with other chicks or a gay guy.
  • There's hardly any space, so you might as well blend in hornily with the throng.
  • She takes revenge for her crow feet and cellulite by bossing around the vapid bimbettes whom her husband hornily humps but can't talk to.

horniness

noun
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  • I find all of these repugnant in every way, but when horniness strikes, and time constraints require a quick release, a brief moment perusing these thoughts will bring me off almost immediately.
  • And since I've been told bringing a vibrator to class is distracting, it's necessary to share my excessive horniness with the campus in other ways.
  • Yes, that occasion heralds the surging horniness of spring but it also represents, for pagans and Christians everywhere, a potent symbol of rebirth.

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