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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.
When you fondle us when we were young holding confession while holding our prick and asking us what are our sins, and while you're fondling us while we are pouring out our sins, then you pretend to be the righteous institutions of this society, and then kung mag-atake kayo (you criticize [others])?
However, his impression about Ghomeshi changed after he had reached for Hounslow's genitals to fondle them, which shocked Ghomeshi's former colleague.
Still, the real priests in Our Fathers--creeping into little boys' rooms to fondle them during bedtime prayers, offering teenagers ice cream in exchange for oral sex and absolution--are much scarier.
He began to fondle her legs and breasts, and forced his fingers into her vagina.
As a multitude of light bulbs flash and other lighting is directed toward her, she is seen dancing and smiling and allowing a man next to her to fondle her breasts, to the apparent delight of those around her.
It's awkward if you have to fondle the director's wife," the Daily Mail quoted Beckinsale as telling Women's Health magazine.
A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy was indicted Wednesday on federal civil rights violations, alleging he used his authority to fondle a woman and to force three others to have sex with him.
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.