nymphomaniac[ nim-fuh-mey-nee-ak, nim-foh‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF nymphomaniac
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For an instant "nymphomaniac" flashed across his consciousness.
You certainly had your hands full—a dual personality and a nymphomaniac.
Nelda is the nymphomaniac sister, and Geraldine is the dipsomaniac.
A nymphomaniac, in 1688, caused the Valencia tribunal an even longer term of perplexity.
The maternal great-grandmother was a nymphomaniac, whose son married a woman of loose morals, by whom a daughter was born.
1861 (adj.), 1867 (n.), from nymphomania.