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  • v. Present participle of French.


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  • San Francisco Mayor Considers 'Frenching' City Workers

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  • Britt swung her purse, almost hitting the madly Frenching couple.

    At First Sight

  • This may explain the “Frenching” of potato batons when the various shapes of deep-fried potatoes were standardized in early-twentieth-century America.

    One Big Table

  • And I remember at the Academy Awards a few years ago she was Frenching her brother.

    CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2007

  • Somehow, Jeffy boy, I think you get off on the possibility of Frenching your pathetic progeny, even if it is a boy.

    July 2006

  • He parted my lips with his tongue and there we stood, in the middle of the Forbidden City, Frenching like we were alone.

    Run For The Money

  • Anyhoo, I invite you all to check out my budding country, the Republic of Frenching.

    amishboy Diary Entry

  • Dear Topher: Frenching is not necessary to cook your treat.

    The Seattle Times

  • At 7: 30 p.m., it's often impossible to start Frenching the beans and boning the fish before bedtime. Stories

  • Cynthia: Frenching Legolas, on the other hand … yowza.

    By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog


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