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It is only in the more extreme form of the ecstatic-orgiastic dance that both sexes participate.
In what orgiastic festivals do we dispose of the surplus of vital power?
Of a sudden the rage seemed to die in Hal, spent in that last, orgiastic convulsion of passion.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
All was confusion, all a kind of wild and orgiastic dream, culmination of heredity, of a spirit run amok.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
But it had one curious feature which seemed rather to be primitive and orgiastic.
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Their vessel was descried just at the time when the Hauhaus were indulging in one of their wild orgiastic dances.
Besides, the flute was the chosen instrument of the orgiastic Bacchic cult, and its associations were those of unbridled license.
To be sure, he leaned on Liszt and the French, but booming melancholy and orgiastic frenzy may be found in some of his symphonies.
They became orgiastic in character and scenes of drunkenness, cf. Judges ix.
Beginning with the two "calves," they proceeded to lewd and orgiastic idolatries.

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