Excessive, often uncontrollable sexual desire in and behavior by a man.(noun)
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Use "satyriasis" in a sentence
"There is a form of excessive libido in men called satyriasis, which reaches such a degree that the men are often not able to control their desires, and they will satisfy their passion even if they know that the result is sure to be a venereal infection or several years in prison."
"In "satyriasis," with its connotation of pathology, he has found his true tone, which he extends in denouncing among homosexuals "a dreary sexual conformism ... rigidly defined and routinized sex moves in the theatrical costume of police or ranch wear [sic].""
"I also liked this piece in the LA Times -- "DSK and France's code of silence" -- about how there must be a happy medium between "the French embrace of satyriasis among political leaders and Americans' puritanical intolerance of sexual impropriety...""