having a weaker sexual drive than is considered usual or normal.
having weaker sex urges or responses than is considered normal
undersexed un·der·sexed (ŭn’dər-sěkst’)
Having less sexual desire or potency than what is regarded as normal.
noun 1. an official of a church charged with taking care of the edifice and its contents, ringing the bell, etc., and sometimes with burying the dead. 2. an official who maintains a synagogue and its religious articles, chants the designated portion of the Torah on prescribed days, and assists the cantor in conducting services […]
noun 1. the act of a person who sheathes. 2. something that sheathes; a covering or outer layer of metal, wood, or other material, as one of metal plates on a ship’s bottom, the first covering of boards on a house, etc. 3. material for forming any such covering. noun, plural sheaths [sheeth z] /ʃiðz/ […]
noun 1. a person who herds, tends, and guards sheep. 2. a person who protects, guides, or watches over a person or group of people. 3. a member of the clergy. 4. the Shepherd, Jesus Christ. 5. sheepdog. verb (used with object) 6. to tend or guard as a shepherd: to shepherd the flock. 7. […]
[uhn-der-sher-if] /ˈʌn dərˌʃɛr ɪf/ noun 1. a sheriff’s deputy, especially one on whom the sheriff’s duties devolve when the office is vacant. undersheriff /ˈʌndəˌʃɛrɪf/ noun 1. a deputy sheriff