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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of frot.


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  • This studio was painted in brick-color, for a background; the floor was tinted brown and well frotted; each chair was furnished with a bit of carpet bound round the edges; the sofa, simple enough, was clean as that in the bedroom of some worthy bourgeoise.

    Pierre Grassou

  • She was oft by them that were sick, and laid the pillows aright and in point, and frotted their feet and chauffed water to wash them.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 3

  • And as it is read in some places and books, that Abgarus was leper, and Thaddeus took the epistle of our Saviour, and rubbed and frotted therewith the visage of

    The Golden Legend, vol. 6

  • Notwithstanding the large fortune of the Beauvisage husband and wife, their establishment consisted of only a cook and a chamber-maid, the latter a peasant, who washed and ironed and frotted the floors rather than waited on her two mistresses, who were accustomed to spend their time in dressing and waiting upon each other.

    The Deputy of Arcis

  • But, Chelsea is not front-page news because she has never done painting by numbers with a Rolling Stone nor frotted a Scandinavian fish slice called Basshunter, aka Jonas Altberg, on the telly (pictures of his orgy here).

    Anorak News

  • Hey, girls, no need to wait until your on the tube to get frotted by a strangers when you can be touched up at street level.

    British Blogs


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