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fondle

verb (slang) To touch someone in a sexual manner, usually understood to mean without the recipient’s implied or overt permission.
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Leto asked the members if anybody wanted to try it out for size, asserting that they could fondle it if they wanted to.
According to the women, the supervisor watched while the agent continued to fondle Contreras and began foundling Lopez again.
Besides battling the fashion police, Twanky finds time to fondle Here's triceps and make comments like, "My, I've never touched anything this hard.
He would fondle and grope them in the back of the van.
And I can't see too many Scots - especially the Tartan Army on tour - letting a stranger fondle their dangly bits.
Sarah Newell, 27, forced the boy to fondle her breasts after she peeled off her catsuit in front of guests, a court heard.
According to the complaint, Masry repeatedly tried to touch, fondle and proposition Cohen, telling her that if she played her cards right, she could become famous, as did Masry's legal assistant Erin Brockovich, who was portrayed by Julia Roberts in an eponymous film.
It is alleged she kissed and cuddled the boy, fondled his private parts and induced him to fondle her genitals over her clothing.
I love women's feet and, if I could think of a job where all I do is fondle them every day, I would do it.
One of the girls followed him into his toilet, kissed him and began to fondle him.
Witness who saw boxer Mike Tyson fondle a 25-year-old beautician have come forward, it was claimed last night.
She added: "They had kissed intimately and she allowed Jordan to fondle her breasts.