- n. Plural form of fess.
“It might be worth pointing out to Tadpole that montrant ses fesses is not an adult thing to do; that big girls and mummies are never seen to do it in public.”
“Oh! (Some expressions were hard to translate (ie) the line 'pour ses fesses aka' for his ass 'really means "for his ego", but I left it as the literal translation (for his ass) because it was funny.”
“While we all have them, "fesses" is a uniquely French word, claims the documentary.”
“The docu, which will broadcast tomorrow on the Franco-German channel Arte, claims "fesses" is a uniquely French word.”
“Amazing after other stories the ME fesses up "from a kick or knee-drop, state medical examiner Dr. Karen Gunson said.”
“She is simply soul-shattering as the battered mob daughter Kristina, who finally 'fesses up to her parents about the hell she's living through.”
“If she fesses up, remind her that employers will not forgive lies on a résumé, especially when the falsehoods can be checked.”
“A minute later, he fesses up: Delicious Lawn Gnomes.”
“The story eventually fesses up that Casey's current firm, J.P. Morgan, lacks such a near-monopolistic share; in fact, we're told Bank of America has edged it out of the top spot on the global high-yield league tables.”
“If there is a sudden large uptick in the amount of shredded material, they should go in there and start arresting people — secretaries, professors, administrative clerks, office managers, whatever — until somebody fesses up to obstruction or names names.”
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