Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of caress.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of caress.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Such attentions as she had received, particularly when they literally touch the body, are sometimes called the caresses of the master's steel.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • To be plain, and not mystical, it is obvious that if I had expected compliments and caresses from the English press to my 'Poems before Congress,' the said poems would have been little deserved in England, and a greater mistake on my part than any committed by the 'Athenaeum,' which is saying much.

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

  • To be plain, and not mystical, it is obvious that if I had expected compliments and caresses from the English press to my 'Poems before

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II

  • By encouraging that attention, I warmly replied, and receiving those caresses from a married man, which are due from him to none but his wife!

    The Coquette, or, The History of Eliza Wharton: A Novel Founded on Fact

  • Males have oral sex between each other: one dolphin caresses the other dolphin’s penis with his nose and they also rub their penises upon each others’ body.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Males have oral sex between each other: one dolphin caresses the other dolphin’s penis with his nose and they also rub their penises upon each others’ body.

    Animals Gone Wild: Homosexuality In Animals!

  • During the decade, ‘necking’ came to refer to ardent and prolonged kissing, while ‘petting’ described many kinds of erotic activity, but usually referred to caresses and fondling below the neck.

    GENERATION S.L U.T.

  • During the decade, ‘necking’ came to refer to ardent and prolonged kissing, while ‘petting’ described many kinds of erotic activity, but usually referred to caresses and fondling below the neck.

    GENERATION S.L U.T.

  • During the decade, ‘necking’ came to refer to ardent and prolonged kissing, while ‘petting’ described many kinds of erotic activity, but usually referred to caresses and fondling below the neck.

    GENERATION S.L U.T.

  • Perhaps the very stillness of her body as he made love to her and yet her responsiveness to his caresses was a novelty.

    Dancing with Clara

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