None of this feared Republican virility is any more real than the charge that the GOP manufactured the Turfers.
The reason, Foster argues, is that impotence implies a lack of virility, a lack of manliness.
It is the cornea—the last redoubt of virility and independence.
Predictably then, if oddly too, this man's very existence had become a test of Indian virility.
He was "a man without vices, even in his youth, but full even in ripe age of the sap of virility."
The standard of virility is unquestionably an individual problem.
The essence of stoneware is strength and virility, just as that of porcelain is lightness and grace.
He wins her by his virility, but cannot retain her by his perception.
If yours lacks the qualities of virility, change your habit of walking.
"The potted plant astonished at the virility of the weed," said Lyman.
virility vi·ril·i·ty (və-rĭl'ĭ-tē)
The quality or state of being virile.
Masculine vigor; potency.