from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sexual stimulation preceding intercourse.
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- n. In human sexual behavior, the acts at the beginning of a sexual encounter that serve to build up sexual arousal, sometimes in preparation for sexual intercourse or another act meant to bring about orgasm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. mutual sexual fondling prior to sexual intercourse
Her fertility is also increased if the couple engages in foreplay beforehand, of which oral sex can be considered a variety.
My impression is they were not engaging in foreplay but some kind of consummate act.
Dr. Smith's assertion about licit kinds of foreplay is indeed old orthodoxy teaching.
Garofalo's Allegory of Love (1530), with its two couples engaging in foreplay, was exiled from 1860 to the 1930s, and on return consigned to the basement until its restoration in 1992.
Watch an erotic film together or buy some edible underwear or engage in foreplay that involves whipped cream or body butter.
My wife says foreplay is important to her, so I let her suck on my balls a little while before I take the 56 seconds to bang her.
Even drive-ins, once respectable gathering places for the lower-middle class, have started closing their playgrounds on certain nights and running what might be called foreplay films, a genre slightly dirtier than the old-fashioned skin flick and slightly cleaner than hard-core hump and grind.
We’ve already seen all the promo posters, all the preview videos and the entire mini-series of A Drop of True Blood … the time for foreplay is over!
I can’t wait ’til we get to June 13 … all this foreplay is driving me crazy!
Any other man and she’d call it foreplay, except nothing ever comes of it in that direction.
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