from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The penis of an animal, especially a bull.
- n. A whip made from a bull's penis.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The penis of an animal.
- n. A baton made from the penis of an ox, once used to beat men and animals.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The penis; -- so called in some animals, as the bull.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The penis of an animal, as a bull.
On a day that was full of chilly damp pizzle and various disappointments it was playful and chilling, thrilling and light-of-touch from the first word to the last.
Compare some of these to what's said this political season: â¢ "You starveling, you eel skin, you bull's pizzle!" â¢ "You stock-fish, you bow case!"
• "You starveling, you eel skin, you bull's pizzle!"
The coyote shambles, crow-hops, keeps his head low, and without fur, his now visible pizzle is a sad red protuberance, his hind legs the backward image of a bandy-legged grandfather, stripped.
Pakak was twenty-eight and thought his pizzle was as good a way as any to get to know other people, women mostly, but he often wondered if being stuck in a man hole would be drastically different apart from the political implications of course.
I once called my professor a bull's pizzle, now with added Latin comments:
I once called my professor a bull's pizzle, now with added Latin
“I think you should eliminate the size of his pizzle,” he commented.
I did not stop but once to pizzle and check my pulse and as the light broke I knocked on Mum's door.
Albeit the pizzle so labelled does tend to impress most immediately, the whole array is pretty persuasive further argument for vegetarianism.