- n. Plural form of hookup.
“ESPN will still feature its stars — led by Mel Kiper — but will have live audio and video hookups from a record 18 player sites — up from 10 last year.”
“Figure 4 implies that as men get more interested in shot-term hookups, they become less agreeable.”
“Some students counted anal sex, oral sex or mutual masturbation - with partners ranging from significant others to "hookups" - while others adjusted the location to include study rooms in Mann Library or library bathrooms.”
“But even as casual sex — often called "hookups" or "friends with benefits" — is a dominant part of campus life, a new report by the National Center for Health Statistics indicates the percentages of men and women 18-24 who say they are virgins also are increasing.”
“We followed the EVA preparation checklist pretty much to the letter, just the way we had done during training exercises—that is, the hookups and where we put equipment—and the checks were done precisely as per our checklist.”
“Brand-name hookups looking obvious, yet understated.”
“You shouldn't need a plumber as the hookups should be the same for water as for gas.”
“The TV has 3 HDMI hookups, which is great for the future but now I use just one.”
“Statistics indicate that more and more frequently, "hookups" are turning into meaningful relationships.”
“The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $219,000 stimulus grant for psychology professor Michael Carey to study the "hookups" of 500 freshmen women.”
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