Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as ambe.
- n. A prefix of Latin origin, meaning around, round about, on both sides: equivalent to amphi-, of Greek origin.
“April 1st, 2010 2: 58 pm ET truly the greatest president ever. ambi”
“She maintains this is why she is no longer an ambi-turner.”
“It seems to be a very common theme with all Republicans! ambi”
“First of all, keep in mind that you are very ambi ...”
“Wars will end, people of different religions will engage in celebratory mutual ambi-sexual dry-humping, and the world will become a real-life John Lennon song complete with unruly pubic bushes.”
“Can't wait for more lines like I'm not an ambi-turner.”
“As for ambi ... get one fitted on your Kimber and be happy.”
“While most floral fragrances just hint at cool, and vice versa, this one is an ambi-sexual, daringly balanced mix of sweet and cool.”
“I am unconscious every time they put the ambi-bag on me, I am unconscious for most of it.”
“Jane b: Oh, well, too late, I did need the ambi-bag last night.”
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