sleeve


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sleeve

A sheath of pliable material (e.g., Cyberskin, latex) designed to fit over a vibrator and provide texture and increased thickness (girth).
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You ought to have seen the little witch laugh in her sleeve when any one admired the dress, for she wore it all summer and looked as pretty as a pink in it.
Now if you think you can baste two rows of white tape round the bottom of your pink skirt and keep it straight by the checks, I'll stitch them on for you and trim the waist and sleeves with pointed tape-trimming, so the dress'll be real pretty for second best.
One could no more do that than one could roll up one's sleeves and go down into the muck.
The man in shirt sleeves gave a laugh and said to Philip:
She wore a dirty apron, and the sleeves of her cotton dress were turned up above her elbows; she had curling pins in her hair.
She shook the hooks down out of her sleeves, but drew back from grasping the double-trees.
A few cheers heralded the advent of several young fellows, in shirt- sleeves, carrying buckets, bottles, and towels, who crawled through the ropes and crossed to the diagonal corner from her.
Your career of mischief is at an end," said the Retraction, drawing his club, rolling up his sleeves, and spitting on his hands.
She had made them up herself, and they were all made alike--plain skirts fulled tightly to plain waists, with sleeves as plain as waist and skirt and tight as sleeves could be.
That poor man certainly deserves it; for, after all, isn't he in his shirt sleeves because he was good enough to buy a book for me?
Two or three Give and Takes with tight coat sleeves drew nearer.
If ancestry is worth anything it should at least teach us to go about without pinning our hearts upon our sleeves.