- v. present participle of wench.
“Sunday also saw the very silly what to look for in an evil overlord panel, out of which came the stunning realisation that there is no opposite term for 'wenching'.”
“During the meetings, which happened twice a month with a week-long “convention” in the summer, consisted of orgies, rituals, “wenching”, and drinking.”
“In Game of Thrones' debut, viewers met King Robert Barantheon, a laid-back monarch who seems more interested in wenching and quenching various appetites than in ruling the Seven Kingdoms.”
“He didn't like such mummery and would rather have been drinking and wenching.”
“After a night of drinking and wenching, the God of Thunder rises and seeks a fresh conquest.”
“All you know is this frivolous life of gambling and drinking and wenching.”
““Go back to gambling and drinking and wenching,” she said dryly.”
““Just when my belly is doing its business, I find you wenching with Mistress Seymour!””
“Almost the same age, we would go drinking, smoking, wenching, playing football, and singing karaoke together.”
“Mind you, Mudge, what I give the lad is not to be squandered in wining and wenching.”
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