Definitions

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  • n. A sexual act involving more than three people.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It seemed like I should feel something moresome remorse, some epiphany, some stomach cramps.

    I'm Perfect, You're Doomed

  • They can be het, slash, alien, threesome, or moresome; romantic or not.

    Captain Jack Harkness Ficathon - PIMPAGE

  • As to poly, the language does imply a twosome rather than a three- four- or moresome.

    When Two Become One. . . One and One is Two as One

  • At first, I thought they were boyfriends, but they were so friendly with so many other guys around them that I couldn't figure out if they were part of a twosome, a threesome, or a moresome.

    ΤΟ ΑΠΕΝΑΝΤΙ ΠΕΖΟΔΡΟΜΙΟ

  • The Ethical Slut: A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open Relationships and Other Adventures makes the case that we should all enjoy an occasional threesome, foursome, and moresome with friends and strangers.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Some were not happy to stop with just the one partner, with thirteen per cent saying they had been involved in a threesome, and 11 per cent in a ` ` moresome ''.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

  • DPFanatics is the No. 1 double penetration moresome sex site for you!

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  • In the quiet of the night, she’ll finger those leathered and lacy magazine pinups, getting wet at the thought of dominating a threesome or moresome.

    HerScopes

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  • There ought to be a list.
    *Rummages through early part of list o' lists*

    Oh wait, there already is!

    June 13, 2011

  • It reminds me of toothsome – and the sexiest mom on family television in the early 1960s. (Why can't I find a picture of her in Capri pants that does her justice?) But then, of course, it would need another "o".

    June 13, 2011

  • It reminds me a bit of fulsome.

    June 13, 2011

  • Well I've heard of moreish, but this is a new one to me. I think I prefer this one.

    June 12, 2011

  • I used this word on the web and when challenged to prove what it meant could find only a definition suggesting a multiple sexual connection. In fact, as adjective, it describes food and means simply you want more of something. Example from the Web about a spaghetti carbonara recipe: "It's very moresome and because of the light meat content it can be tempting to go for a second serving so I would recommend having a side salad on hand".

    June 12, 2011