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  • v. Present participle of fornicate.


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  • "fornicating" - gosh I hate that word- do you think I'd say "Here, take this"?


  • That's odd ....... it seems to be the conservative Republicans that have been doing so much "fornicating" lately.

    McDonnell blasted for controversial research paper

  • It’s bad enough that he was even entertaining the idea of fornicating, but he definitely couldn’t do it with Savannah when he knew she wanted a relationship.

    The Pastor’s Wife

  • In the clip, Nixon joined in the general foul-mouthed tone of the evening by asking David Frost if he's done any "fornicating" the night before.

    The Full Feed from

  • The two Indian men she was accused of "fornicating" with (shopkeepers, where Mimi was shopping for Karin) each received one hundred lashes.

    Clipmarks | Live Clips

  • In the USA … jesse 'fornicating' jackson can use the 'N' word or call someone a "redneck or cracker" but dare a white (wo) man use the 'N' word …

    tHiNkEr'S rOoM

  • You will see people avoiding work, fighting cops, and fornicating shamelessly.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • In Philadelphia, between 1790 and 1799, only one couple was arrested for cross-racial fornication; only two couples were brought before the courts for fornicating in public; and not one person was charged for simple fornication between two consenting single white adults, despite overwhelming evidence that most Philadelphians were breaking these laws.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Throughout the hall, the enthusiastic skirmishes and fornicating slowed.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • Henry Jermyn has been sent away from court for fornicating what a brilliant farmyard word with Castlemaine—or aspiring to!

    Exit the Actress


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