from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The char (a fish).
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However, I greatly preferr cudding a baby when he/she doesn ` t have one of my tenderest body parts in his/her mouth.
However, I greatly preferr cudding a baby when he/she doesn`t have one of my tenderest body parts in his/her mouth.
I looked over at Pondicherry, who was noisily cudding a piece of steak, oblivious, and winked back at Nussbaum.
He had himself examined his mouth without having discovered any defect or disease, though another veterinary surgeon was of opinion that the difficulty or inability manifested in mastication, and the consequent cudding, arose from preternatural bluntness of the surfaces of the molar teeth, which were, in consequence, filed, but without beneficial result.
New celeb moms Angie Harmon and Rebecca Romijn are cudding up with their newborn babies under the nuddle blanket, and Mariska Hargitay cannot live without it, taking it to the set and surviving her New York City winter underneath it.
At dinner everyone decided that we were funny, especialy the tall guy who the bus driver was cudding, screaming jokes at the crowd and them all laughing either with him or at me.
Then we met up the next day and we were under the stars and he were cudding and holdsing hands and stuff and he whispers in my ear ..