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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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It seems that the hape attempted to fondle the cat, but the latter scratched him; being suspicious,' said Wrench, 'of his
Little Dorrit, whose hand this Maggy, still calling her little mother, had begun to fondle, answered in words (they were under a gateway into which the majority of the potatoes had rolled).
Set some sexy ground rules - for every five minutes he fondles your breasts, caresses your thighs etc, he can have five minutes from behind
The teacher who allows himself any softness in his intercourse with his pupil, who does not repress the tendency to 'pets', who fondles the young or indulges in other weaknesses, is not heeding the danger signal and may easily fail.
Nick fondles a toy monkey; the little chocol ate-dipped critter was among the leftovers bacchanal.