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foreplay

 [for´pla]
the sexually stimulating, usually pleasurable, play preceding intercourse.

fore·play

(fōr'plā),
Stimulative sexual activity preceding sexual intercourse.

foreplay

/fore·play/ (for´pla) the sexually stimulating play preceding intercourse.

foreplay

[fôr′plā]
sexual activities, such as kissing and fondling, that precede coitus.
A term referring to the constellation of physical and/or psychological interactions that occur between a couple during the early phase of the sexual cycle, which facilitate penile erection and/or vaginal lubrication

fore·play

(fōr'plā)
Stimulative sexual activity preceding sexual intercourse.
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