Married off to Henry Thrale, a rich, priapic brewer, she bore him twelve children, of whom only four survived into adult life.
This was a semi-literary club of profligates with the priapic emblems for its ensign.
The association of the goat with priapic ceremonies has already been mentioned.
These two works together—the centuries of sonnets against Aretino, and the priapic lucubrations—obtained a wide celebrity.
Small gods of clay are made in priapic attitudes before which the natives worship.
He has observed idols in priapic attitudes, rudely carved in wood, and others made of clay.
This fictitious character is represented in priapic attitudes in a number of illustrations of old English ballads.
The priapic and generative influences of Frey are only indicated by a curious tradition mentioned.
Consult index for agitated fear of aconite, melancholy of muriatic, priapic pulsatilla.
priapic pri·a·pic (prī-ā'pĭk, -āp'ĭk) or pri·a·pe·an (prī'ə-pē'ən)
Of, relating to, or resembling a phallus; phallic.
Relating to or excessively concerned with masculinity.