- n. Plural form of massage.
“Prosecutor Jonathan Laidlaw described an extravagant lifestyle with a dashing prince who lived the luxury life – dining in fine restaurants and receiving erotic massages from a masseur who compared him to Hollywood actor Omar Sharif.”
“The truly relaxed turned over on their tummies and received back massages from a dreadlocked member of the Supperclub staff.”
“They specialize in massages - specifically the best massages in Seattle.”
“Kuerten, bothered by a sore back and pushed to five sets in his previous two matches, received back and calf massages from a trainer several times during this match and looked increasingly weary as the match tightened.”
““I hate to impose on you like this, but I feel one of my bad headaches coming on, and you know your massages are the only things that stop them.””
“It was not therapeutic in the sense that all his massages are therapeutic.”
“And so far, he is not making any other comments as to -- as to those so-called massages -- Tony.”
“Usually they are advertising dances, massages, which is in most cases a cover for their prostitution activity.”
“The embattled minister seems to have suppressed his passion for "massages" and methamphetamines, but it is clear that he hasn't quite quenched his thirst for fame and fortune.”
“You know when Eliot Spitzer got his "massages" he didn't actually call the concierge in the lobby, right?”
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