Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of frot.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I mean, frotting yourself to completion against the car?

    Crossed

  • I'm waiting for the Vatican to admit he spent the 80s frotting choirboys in Mönchengladbach, before heading to Seville to throw turkeys off church spires.

    Grace Dent's World of lather

  • Yes, we're talking about those kind of humanitarians, making the entire star-frotting exercise yet another example of the burgeoning humanitarian awards industry.

    Bono: the celebrity who just keeps giving

  • Artful… steam, hot bath, rosy skin, frotting, craving, fairy wand, group… Is it my own imagination or my right hand left the mouse to touch and caress my left forearm while reading you you are so powerful Petite!

    gmale

  • I was also once a victim to a particularly horrible incident of frotting on the number 76 bus.

    gmale

  • I caught him frotting the fridge once, it was just wrong.

    gmale

  • "Is that pleasant work -- frotting [rubbing] yonder thing?"

    The White Rose of Langley A Story of the Olden Time

  • Sydenham Hill Wood, a verdant triangle of ancient oaks, the last remnant of South London's Great North Wood, is where the Victorians came for illicit outings and where, today, the young bucks of Dulwich College come to do their frotting.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • I think the dynamics are wrong - if anything Twitter, with all those minds constantly rubbing along against each other, is more like mental frotting than an iPad is.

    broadstuff

  • They're almost within touching distance of it anyway, anything less than the win tonight and they can start to give it a light frotting.

    Irish Blogs

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