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  • n. One who acts so as to sexually arouse a man, but does not provide sexual release.
  • v. To act so as to sexually arouse a man without providing sexual release.


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From cock +‎ tease.


  • This brings the word "cocktease" to new levels, none of which I'd ever planned on ascending nor am I pleased to have done so.


  • The bag of names, it turns out, is a total cocktease, because Heidi only uses it to select one person -- April -- who will choose first for the second team (she picks Mondo).

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Episode 5 Recap: Smells Like Team Spirit

  • The phrase ‘philosophical cocktease’ comes to mind …

    “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and sci-fi fans weeped » Scene-Stealers

  • The next thing Eric Nerhus knew, half his body was inside the shark's mouth, which is kind of gross and also really bad for Eric Nerhus because - as seafaring attack animals go, sharks are pretty much the worst, with the exception of course of the North Pacific Giant Octopus, which is by all accounts a total dick and - under certain circumstances - a major cocktease.

    Dave Hill: Shark Attack!

  • Jon and Q are the only ones with a good relationship that is actually happening and not sounding like a giant cocktease.

    waterdiluted Diary Entry

  • Determined, she managed enough breath to say, “I think I rather like being a cocktease — at least in the specific.”

    The Perfect Lover

  • Lilly, what do you think now that you know your mother was a cocktease back then?


  • My girlfriend was 60 miles away and a cocktease to boot.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • The trouble with declaring anonymity an outworn custom is that the Victorian code that shamed rape victims is with us today, it's just that to the stereotypes of the sullied virgin and chaste wife have been added the crazy lying slut, the cocktease and the repressed frump who secretly "wants it."

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • It's still a relatively new industry, we get that, but sometimes you do want to sigh ... indie devs are far more instantly understandable than devs who slam rivals, cocktease they're going to remake their most successful RPG every few freaking weeks orbang on and on about their high and mighty concepts which invariably never seem to make it into the final bloody product.



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  • "I was a cockteaser for Roosterama. I used to enrage the bantams before the big bouts."

    —Firesign Theatre

    September 1, 2008