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- missionary (n.)
- 1650s, from missionary (adj.). Missionary position attested by 1963, said to have been coined by Kinsey (1948), who identified its origin in work done by Polish anthropologist Bronisław Malinowski in Melanesia in the 1920s; allegedly from the term used by South Pacific peoples to describe what Christian missionaries promoted to replace their local variations. By late 1960s it became the general term for this type of sex, formerly also known as the English-American position.
- missionary (adj.)
- "sent on a mission," 1640s, from Modern Latin missionarius "pertaining to a mission," from Latin missionem (see mission).
- 1. An American missionary was released today after more than two months of captivity.
- 2. She had a kind of missionary zeal about bringing culture to the masses.
- 3. NB The opinions stated in this essay do not necessarily represent those of the Church of God Missionary Society.
- 4. " We would like very much to have you for dinner, " as the cannibal said to the captured missionary.
- 嗜食人肉的人对被俘掳的传教士说: “ 我们想设宴招待你(吃掉你) ”.
- 5. I repeat I freely consent to go with you as your fellow - missionary.
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