from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Archaic Indulgence in or pursuit of sexual activity.
- n. Archaic The act of sexual intercourse.
- n. Archaic The act or sport of hunting; the chase.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The hunting of wild animals.
- n. Game animals.
- n. The pursuit of sexual pleasure or indulgence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Sexual love; sexual intercourse; coition.
- n. The art, act, or practice of hunting; the sports of the chase.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or exercise of hunting; the sports of the chase; hunting.
- n. Beasts of the chase; game.
- n. A kennel for hunting-dogs.
- n. Gratification of the sexual desire.
Others again understand it of preposterous venery, which is absurd: every ancient law-giver framed his code to increase the true wealth of the people — population — and severely punished all processes, like onanism, which impeded it.
The venery was a little further off, drawing toward the park.
Both writers confuse excision of the nymphæ with circumcision of the clitoris (Zambúr) Al-Siyúti (Kitab al-Izá 'fi'Ilm al-Nikah) has a very interesting chapter on Sapphic venery, which is well known to Europe as proved by such works as "Gamiani," and "Anandria ou Confessions de Mademoiselle Sappho, avec la Clef,"
Others again understand it of preposterous venery, which is absurd: every ancient law-giver framed his code to increase the true wealth of the people -- population -- and severely punished all processes, like onanism, which impeded it.
How birds are affected in this kind, appears out of Aristotle, he will have them to sing ob futuram venerem for joy or in hope of their venery which is to come.
Both writers confuse excision of the nymphæ with circumcision of the clitoris (Zambúr) Al – Siyúti (Kitab al-Izá’ fi’Ilm al-Nikah) has a very interesting chapter on Sapphic venery, which is well known to Europe as proved by such works as
While the Kennedy's -- Dad, John, Teddy and Bobby -- may seem like exemplars of the sex gambols, there were others, many, many others, equally blatant, but much more discreet, who used their powerful positions to exercise the venery.
I suggested to the most senior editor on gay topics that I should go undercover to "gay baths" and "backrooms" (as such places were called) to chronicle the somber scenes of venery daily enacted therein.
For years, as a child, I had believed that venery was one of the seven deadly sins, like envy, greed, and sloth.
I'd never felt less like venery in my life, not in that ghastly place, after the sights I'd seen, and with that obscene mob about me; even apart from that, she did not prepossess-which shows how wrong you can be.