from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of pleasure; one who pleasures.
- n. A pleasure-seeker.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A pleasure seeker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pleasure-seeker. Let us turn now to another portion of the London population; … we mean the Sunday pleasurers.
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He imagined many thousands of sleepless nights, shared by tens of thousands of programmers around the globe, just because they dreamt of their own sleepless nights with the artificial pleasurer that was Kylia.
The disavowal of nothingness hides another disavowed, even more denegated and foreclosed thing, the inertia of the self-pleasurer, who after all appears in the form of an inert statue, a self-consuming artifact, the static image of a meditator disappearing into nothing, and/or dissolving into enjoyment.
The intriguing reason given to Lees-Milne was that Grandy was judged to be ‘a pleasurer’, and that he had behaved badly towards his second wife.
Always a pleasurer to see what is happening today in the comic world .
So let Humble Elias firmly assert once again that the President is a stupid malevolent little geek with a psychotic sense of grievance and the Governor of Massachusetts is a oleaginous chronic self pleasurer.
"Then we must take a hack," says the pleasurer to his party.
Had he been a greater artist, he would have been a greater master of the right way of saying things and a greater pleasurer of the future.
Well done for remembering your personal pleasurer blondie, I am getting on a bit you understand.
It’s a lot more work to be the pleasurer and pleasuree simultaneously than it is to just be mutually pleasured.
Male as an active self-pleasurer, female as the passive receiver even where she is directing the action, there’s a distancing from the use of a tool. gwen 7:21 pm on November 17, 2008 | # | Reply
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