hornier hornier


  1. (adj) feeling great sexual desire
  2. (adj) having horns or hornlike projections
  3. (adj) made of horn (or of a substance resembling horn)


  1. Tom Kalin's Swoon: those gay cutups of the '20s, Leopold and Loeb, are back, artier and hornier than ever.
  2. Decades passed, and movie teenagers never grew up, they just grew hornier.
  3. Feeding the computer an image of his dream woman and, donning the mandatory virtual-reality gear, he steps into a higher, hornier hyper reality where all his lusts are gratified.


  • Good Vibrations: Park Slope Sex Shop Giving Away Solar-Powered Vibrators For Earth Day

    If you're anything like us, then nothing gets you hornier than reducing, reusing and recycling—and there is no better day for dendrophiliacs and the like than Earth Day, which is coming up next Tuesday. A Park Slope sex shop is getting into the spirit of the day by giving away some solar-powered vibrators. As the ad puts it: "Now you can feel good about the planet while getting off." [ more › ]
    on April 19, 2014     Source: Gothamist


  1. "It's fun to let them kick back and watch me work it up on stage. The more they cheer, the hornier I get, and the hornier I get, the better I dance," says Jane, a Digital Playground contract performer.
    on Aug 20, 2009 By: Jesse Jane Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  2. Kennedy writes later: "How's your libido, Henry? I thought the desire for sex was meant to diminish as one got older but I'm hornier than ever -- sometimes I have to seek relief more than once a day."
    on Nov 21, 2008 By: Graham Kennedy Source: The Australian

  3. Hatton added: "When you fight a guy who's done what he's done you get a little bit hornier about it. My training camp has been the best I've had by a country mile, and that's because of the man I will have in front of me."
    on Jun 14, 2007 By: Ricky Hatton Source: Sportinglife.com

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