adeiladu, hadeiladuhunion, unionadeiladent, adeilada’, adeiladaf, adeiladai, adeiladais, adeiladaist, adeiladan, adeiladant, adeiladasai, adeiladasant, adeiladasech, adeilado, adeiladasent, adeiladasid, adeiladasit, adeiladasoch, adeiladasom, adeiladaswn, adeiladech, adeiladed, adeiladem, adeiladen, adeiladoch, adeilader, adeilades, adeiladest, adeiladet, adeiladi, adeiladid, adeiladiff, adeiladir, adeiladith, adeilada, adeiladasem, adeiladodd, adeiladom, adeiladon, adeiladont, adeiladwch, adeiladwn, adeiladwyd, adeiladwyf, adeiladych, hadeiladent, hadeilada’, hadeiladaf, hadeiladai, hadeiladais, hadeiladaist, hadeiladan, hadeiladant, hadeiladasai, hadeiladasant, hadeiladasech, hadeilado, hadeiladasent, hadeiladasid, hadeiladasit, hadeiladasoch, hadeiladasom, hadeiladaswn, hadeiladech, hadeiladed, hadeiladem, hadeiladen, hadeiladoch, hadeilader, hadeilades, hadeiladest, hadeiladet, hadeiladi, hadeiladid, hadeiladiff, hadeiladir, hadeiladith, hadeilada, hadeiladasem, hadeiladodd, hadeiladom, hadeiladon, hadeiladont, hadeiladwch, hadeiladwn, hadeiladwyd, hadeiladwyf, hadeiladych
Verb(1) construct, build, or erect(2) cause to rise up
Adjective(1) upright in position or posture(2) of sexual organs; stiff and rigid
(1) His back is perfectly straight and erect , his hands behind his head, grasping at his hair, face contorted in agony.(2) A condom is a thin sheath, usually made out of latex, which is rolled onto an erect penis before sexual contact.(3) With a membership of 40 the church is prayerfully seeking a pastor and expecting to be able to erect their own church building.(4) I also prefer the world of Ash trees as they are straight and erect , no messing about clogging up the skyline.(5) Stand up straight - studies show that if you stand upright with your head erect , smile and breathe deeply, it is almost impossible to ├ö├ç├┐feel├ö├ç├û depressed.(6) Another effect of the treatment is erect nipples, which lasts about three to four weeks.(7) More than two-thirds of Jack's mature and sheltered garden will disappear this week when builders move in to erect a wall along Anderson's boundary.(8) Greenwich Council has given the church permission to erect a new church building and a terrace of six houses.(9) There was pubic hair, an erect phallus, graphic sounds all sorts of things to incense prudes, and maybe even affect the more jaded among us.(10) But in efforts to erect fire walls against same-sex relationships, the Mormon Church is unparalleled.(11) I find it ludicrous that an erect penis or penetration is still something that is not really permitted to be shown.(12) Some even want us to erect barriers to keep jobs in the United States, even if it means curbing productivity gains.(13) Such women as these emasculate the male sexual drive, they reduce the man's erect penis to a limp one!(14) As she said this, she lifted a plasticine model of an erect penis, complete with testicles and all.(15) But I did notice that I was the only woman in there whose nipples were erect .(16) However, while I was outside yesterday, I noticed that my left nipple was particularly erect .
(1) to erect :: i godi
1. upright ::
4. tumid ::
5. build ::
6. rear ::
7. raise ::
1. flat ::
2. recumbent ::
Different Formserect, erected, erecting, erection, erections, erectly, erectness, erector, erectors, erects
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...to ERECT monuments
under the lash of betters.
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