Either of two main divisions (either female or male) into which many organisms can be placed, according to reproductive function or organs. (noun)
The distinguishing property, quality, or assemblage of properties by which organisms are classified as female or male on the basis of their reproductive organs and functions; the set of properties by which male is distinguished from female. (noun)
Sexual intercourse; the act of sexual intercourse. (noun)
Genitalia; a penis or vagina. (noun)
Women; womankind. (noun)
To determine the biological sex of an animal. (verb)
To have sex with. (verb)
Examples of word sex
If the immutable character of sex is contested, perhaps this construct called ˜sex™ is as culturally constructed as gender; indeed, perhaps it was always already gender, with the consequence that the distinction between sex and gender turns out to be no distinction at all.
Lani say: I don't love sex@ carmically sex is quite cool.
The venereal diseases are passed on from one sex to the other in a continuous chain, but the chain can be broken at any time _by either sex_.
It is only the man whose intellect is clouded by his sexual instinct that could give that stunted, narrow-shouldered, broad-hipped, and short-legged race the name of _the fair sex_; for the entire beauty of the sex is based on this instinct.
Because if sex was involuntary then it was not ’sex’ but rape.