polymorphous

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polymorphous

, polymorphic
1. (of a substance) exhibiting polymorphism
2. (of an animal or plant) displaying or undergoing polymorphism
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It is an instructive fact that under the influence of seduction children can become polymorphously perverse, and can be lead into all possible kinds of sexual irregularities.
Baroque)--in Mannerist poetry, masculinity is, or plays at being, conflicted, vulnerable, and polymorphously perverse.
The proliferation of such venues today--not just gay bars but a thousand sexual subcultures (the Internet has helped)--represents a kind of fulfillment of Kinsey's vision of human sexuality as polymorphously perverse if left to its own devices.
In some brief Beckettian "Intermittences of sullemn fulminance," Conley wallows in his own polymorphously perverse post-structuralist and Derridean auto-experimental gaming instinct and claims that his unedited (but authorized) text "is both the subject and the analyst" (95).
In the end Ball ferrets out the truth, but not before artfully briefing the reader on sexual dimorphism, sex-change operations, transsexual psychology, and Charleston mores, He has written a polymorphously entertaining exopse.
Freud says that I am born polymorphously perverse, perverse in all possible directions.
COLORADO SPRINGS' HIGH-TECH INDUSTRIES ARE POLYMORPHOUSLY DIVERSE, AND GROWING FAST