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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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Braudy, a journalist and author, says the actor unbuckled his belt, put his hand into his trousers and fondled himself in her presence.
She said he repeatedly "pinged" her underwear and fondled, grabbed and pinched her bottom.
A TA T XI AXIA driver has been prevented from working pending his trial over allegations that he fondled a female passenger.
The accused was allegedly fondled the woman's breast.
FORMER BBC Radio 1 DJ Liz Kershaw yesterday told how she was routinely fondled by another presenter while she was on air.
According to the daily Bild, a staffer at the Iranian consulate in Frankfurt fondled a 10-yearold girl playing on the street June 25.
The gym employee says that John Travolta groped and fondled him against his will," a source said.
According to the charges, prosecutors said the Pakistani defendant repeatedly fondled, hugged and kissed the Briton on his cheeks and lips.
parts in the city dump, spleen fondled by seagulls, vertebrae plucked by
Usually, though, both the fondler and fondled are very willing males.
A multivariate analysis that pooled data from the three sites revealed that members of the older cohorts were significantly less likely than those in the younger cohorts to have dated (hazard ratio, 0.6), fondled (0.6) or had sex (0.8) by age 18.
JAMES Fanshawe's Fondled looks like a progressive filly and the Weatherbys Bank Pipalong Stakes at Pontefract today looks the next logical step.