In The Biblical Sense Meaning
(euphemistic) Carnally; sexually.
Example: Used other than as an idiom: see biblical,â€Ž sense.
1993, Harold Miles, Bad ol' boy, page 122:
I was married to you the moment I took you as my wife. That first night I pushed you backward on your bed and took you in the Biblical sense, from that moment on, we were man and wife.
1993 February 26, â€œNOTORIOUS WOMEN RECOVER FROM THEIR LOVE AFFAIRSâ€, Ind_Geraldo (Rivera):
Unidentified Man 2: How you doing? I've got a question for Pamela. How many rock stars have you met in your whole life? Ms-DES-BARRES: Oh, my gosh. Man 2: Any idea? Any idea or... Ms-LEE: He didn't ask how many you slept with. Ms-DES-BARRES: That's good. RIVERA: You mean met in the biblical sense? Man 2: I mean met and been with. Ms-DES-BARRES: I didn't sleep with that many of them.
2012 March 23, Lanford Beard, â€œTV Jukebox: 'The Secret Circle,' 'The Voice,' 'Switched at Birth,' and more music-on-TV momentsâ€, Entertainment Weekly:
The young witches made their relationship official â€” in the Biblical sense â€” and Welchâ€™s howling entreaty, â€œIâ€™d do anything to make you stay,â€ expressed their yearning and desperation.
2012, Etienne, Trial, page 28:
Well, I'm no longer seeing him in the biblical sense, but I do run him from time to time.