Definition of phallically in English:



See phallic

  • ‘The largest and busiest altar was for Gede, the often phallically depicted lwa of death, cemeteries, and sexual resurrection.’
  • ‘By displaying musical workers and their tools (usually phallically invested guitars), these magazines designate craftsmanship and professionalism as vectors of male empowerment.’
  • ‘Its frontage gleams with neon, and above the gaudy porch is a statue of a four-horsed laurel-wreathed charioteer, his spear raised phallically into the dull London sky.’
  • ‘Crowley was phallically centered and saw the wand as the basic tool of magic.’