Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of taking pleasure; a pleasure-trip.
- v. present participle of pleasure.
“This self-pleasuring is the very form of the meditating”
“Moreover, he loved her very dearly and spent all his substance in pleasuring and merry-making with her, til he had naught left and extreme poverty was sore upon him.”
“Are you so full of prospects you can be turning your nose up at the idea of pleasuring the man without benefit of clergy?”
“Scarier still is the notion of pleasuring oneself.”
“A woman famous for allegedly having an affair with a married man David Beckham and , erm, "pleasuring" a pig on national TV.”
“When one has voluntarily endured a condition of semi-suffocation throughout an evening's "pleasuring" for the unselfish reason of providing amusement for others, it's a poor thing if one cannot be assisted to lemonade in return.”
“If you're going to worry about time, remember that minutes or hours spent on that kind of pleasuring is time well-spent.”
“People have been spotted not just texting and talking, but canoodling and even, to judge from reports, "pleasuring" one another in the audience at West End theatres.”
“-- Sexual situations and nudity: A couple is shown leaving a bar bathroom after a romantic interlude, kisses are exchanged, a grandmother talks about "pleasuring" her partner, a man describes his much-older girlfriend as a "very sexual being" and a woman says her husband”
“I met him in the doorway, murmured, "Ah, Joe - how many free niggers get that kind of pleasuring, eh?", and received a murderous glare before he strode off.”
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