private parts

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n private parts external sex organ
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Private parts the sexual organs
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Quotations

  • Samuel Butler
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    “The three most important things a man has are, briefly, his private parts, his money, and his religious opinions.”

Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. privatus, pa.p. of privāre, to separate—privus, single.

Usage

In literature:

That is partly because there are so few private gardens.
"Home Life in Germany" by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
The private secretary, to whose entrance they paid no regard, could not avoid overhearing a part of their conversation.
"The Boy Scouts Book of Stories" by Various
Under the present system of society the linking together of the various parts of the economic world is a private matter.
"The Next Step" by Scott Nearing
Previous to 1880 the larger part of the roads of the kingdom was owned by private companies.
"The Railroad Question" by William Larrabee
On the east side of the entry a large doorway leads into the newer part of the palace, in which are now the queen-dowager's private rooms.
"Portuguese Architecture" by Walter Crum Watson
That part of it will be my own private affair.
"Once to Every Man" by Larry Evans
What private preparations went on, besides, on the part of the girls, it would be hard to say.
"What She Could" by Susan Warner
The private secretary, to whose entrance they paid no regard, could not avoid overhearing a part of their conversation.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 4 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
The trouble had been partly foreseen, and the Association had tried to find clergy possessed of private means.
"A History of the English Church in New Zealand" by Henry Thomas Purchas
The bullet sped past Ben's shoulder, to bury itself in the fleshy part of one of his private's arms.
"The Campaign of the Jungle" by Edward Stratemeyer
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In poetry:

He looks upon the planet,
As if the heavenly spheres
Were part of his entrusted
Nocturnal private cares.
"Night" by Boris Pasternak
The bubble-dancer, the deep-sea diver,
The bureaucrat, the adulterer,
Hide private parts which I disclose
To those who know what a poem knows.
"What Curious Dresses All Men Wear" by Delmore Schwartz
Man is all symmetrie,
Full of proportions, one limbe to another,
And all to all the world besides:
Each part may call the farthest, brother:
For head with foot hath private amitie,
And both with moons and tides.
"Man" by George Herbert
Whatever envious tongues might say,
Their private acts would bear the day;
The strictest honour was her part,
For she lost nothing but her heart.
"A love like this could ne'er be blasted;
They're happy sure"--yes, while it lasted.
"The Coachman's Fall" by William Hutton

In news:

In Aspen , at an elevation of 8,000 feet, great restaurants are as much a part of the good life as private jets and $10 million log cabins.
Visionary, entrepreneur, showman Steve Jobs lived an amazing life not only for his empire-building abilities, but for also being able to keep his private life, for the most part, private -- all in a very public world.
Gaga wore sexually provocative heels resembling the male private parts.
Full- or part-time commercial tree care company employees and supervisors/owners from the private or public sector.
Inspired in part by a nearby mobile home community, the project includes private outdoor space and fosters contact with neighbors.
Boys Say Carrier Touched Private Parts.
PPR to Sell Part of Redcats to Private- Equity Firms.
Established Boca Raton private practice is seeking a Psychiatrist to join our group on a part-time basis.
The crew came in from Helena last weekend and began filming the Billings part of the film downtown, the Heights, on the Rimrocks and at undisclosed private residence.
CHICAGO — Kroger and Walgreens are part of a women's professional development organization that kicked off Sunday at the Private Label Manufacturer Association's annual trade show here.
MT VERNON — Airport authority commissioners gave its general manager permission this week to enter talks for a private loan to build a $360,000 hangar as part of new development at the airport.
Up until four years ago, when they attended a nearly all-white private school, my two sons — who are part Mexican and Ecuadorean.
Police roundup Myrtle Beach police charge elderly couple with exposing private parts in park.
Private Label ' Integral Part' Of Market Basket.
Gov Mary Fallin is to announce construction of a new Interstate 40 interchange in El Reno that will be funded in part by public and private sources.
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In science:

As a consequence, the knowledge of a part of the private key (or the encrypted image) cannot help an hypothetical attacker to guess the whole key (image).
A novel pseudo-random number generator based on discrete chaotic iterations
For example, S’s observations may include actions (Ai ) that have been determined by a doctor D, partly on the basis of additional private information D has about the patient, over and above the variables S has measured.
Identifying the consequences of dynamic treatment strategies: A decision-theoretic overview
On the contrary, there are quite plausible scenarios in which the final private random string output by these protocols can become partly compromised, in which case the protocol is evidently insecure.
Private Randomness Expansion With Untrusted Devices
Most of the images come from the 0.65-m telescope of the Ondˇrejov Observatory (operated partly by the Charles University, Prague) and the 0.35-m telescope in the private observatory of K.H. at Lelekovice.
A Spectroscopic and Photometric Survey of Novae in M31
Since congestion is a collective phenomenon that no single agent can master to arrive at her preferred arrival time t∗ , agents have to choose a less optimal arrival time t ∈ Z (time is supposed to be discrete) in order to minimize the private trip cost, c(t), which includes two parts.
Effective Free Energy for Individual Dynamics
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