lesbian

01. Diane has been in a [lesbian] relationship with her partner for three years.
02. Rachel was married for a number of years before realizing she was, in fact, a [lesbian].
03. [Lesbian] couples and gay couples have the same rights and obligations in their relationships as heterosexual couples.
04. Ruth didn't want to have sex with her boyfriend, so he accused her of being a [lesbian], and broke up with her.
05. Each year in San Francisco, there is a [lesbian] and gay pride parade through the downtown streets.
06. The Society for Gay and Lesbian Students exists to support homosexual students and their friends and families.
07. I recently read in the newspaper that one of the results of the First World War was a rise in [lesbianism], perhaps because there were few men around.
08. Kimmy came home from school all upset after some boys starting calling her a [lesbian] because she refused to go out with any of them.
09. You seem to think that all [lesbians] have short hair, and are really tough, and it's not true.
10. There are a number of [lesbian] and gay couples who are currently challenging this country's laws regarding same-sex marriages.
11. The boy she met at the party accused her of being a [lesbian] because she wouldn't make out with him.
12. Her books generally explore [lesbian] themes.
13. Their organization works for equal rights for gay men, [lesbians], bisexuals, and transsexuals.
14. In the 1930s, Radclyffe Hall's novel 'The Well of Loneliness' was banned for a time in England because of its treatment of [lesbianism].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • lesbian — LESBIÁN, Ă, lesbieni, e, subst., adj. 1. s.m. şi f. Persoană care face parte din populaţia de bază a insulei Lesbos sau este originară de acolo. 2. adj. Care aparţine Lesbosului sau populaţiei lui, privitor la Lesbos sau la populaţia lui. 3. s.f …   Dicționar Român

  • Lesbian — Les bi*an (l[e^]z b[i^]*an), a. 1. Of or pertaining to the island anciently called Lesbos, now Mitylene, in the Grecian Archipelago. [1913 Webster] 2. Amatory; erotic; in allusion to the reputed sensuality of the Lesbian people and literature; as …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lesbian — (adj.) 1590s, pertaining to the island of Lesbos, from L. Lesbius, from Gk. lesbios of Lesbos, Greek island in northeastern Aegean Sea (the name originally may have meant wooded ), home of Sappho, great lyric poet whose erotic and romantic verse… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Lesbian — Les bi*an (l[e^]z b[i^]*an), n. a female homosexual. Syn: dyke[vulgar, deprecatory]. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lesbian — ► NOUN ▪ a homosexual woman. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ referring to lesbians or lesbianism. DERIVATIVES lesbianism noun. ORIGIN from Lesbos, Greek island and home of Sappho (early 7th century BC), who expressed affection for women in her poetry …   English terms dictionary

  • lesbian — [lez′bē ən] adj. [L Lesbius < Gr Lesbios] 1. [L ] of Lesbos or its people or cultureof Lesbos or its people or culture 2. [from the eroticism or homosexuality attributed to Sappho and her followers in Lesbos] [sometimes L ] a) of homosexuality …   English World dictionary

  • Lesbian — This article is about the sexual orientation. For other uses, see Lesbian (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • lesbian — [[t]le̱zbiən[/t]] ♦♦♦ lesbians 1) ADJ Lesbian is used to describe homosexual women. Many of her best friends were lesbian. N COUNT A lesbian is a woman who is lesbian. ...a youth group for lesbians, gays and bisexuals. 2) ADJ Lesbian is used to… …   English dictionary

  • lesbian — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ butch ▪ femme, lipstick ▪ out ▪ She s an out lesbian. ▪ closet …   Collocations dictionary

  • lesbian — UK [ˈlezbɪən] / US noun [countable] Word forms lesbian : singular lesbian plural lesbians a woman who is sexually attracted to women. You can describe men or women who are sexually attracted to members of the same sex as gay or homosexual.… …   English dictionary


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