from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person who engages in the sexual act of frottage.
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- n. One who commits, or has in the past committed, an act of frotteurism.
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- n. someone who masturbates by rubbing against another person (as in a crowd)
Vous connaissiez ma maison, je l'ai augmentée d'un cocher, d'un frotteur, un garçon de cuisine, et j'ai marié mon aide de cuisine; car je travaille à peupler la colonie: 80 mariages de soldats cet hiver et deux d'officiers.
Dans sa chambre, answered the frotteur, nodding and dancing.
Je ne suis que le frotteur de madame, said the man, placing his arm a-kimbo, and flying about the room, in all sorts of attitudes, in, what Peter thought, a very burlesque manner.
Ma foi! said the frotteur, dancing away upon the toe, which held a brush, attached to it, while rolling his body about, as though he had been skating over the
Peter took out his card, and followed the gay frotteur, up and down the room, in the faint hope of placing it in his hand; but the man, by twirling, and capering, and harlequinade, always eluded his pursuit.
_ Bowing, as we passed, he consigned us, with a graceful wave of the hand, to the care of Pierre, the _frotteur_.
They were afraid they were becoming the frotteur at Le Bar Bat, (who, according to someone familiar with the incident, recently had to take his wife on a trip to Europe to explain himself to her.
I took him for some fragment of a _duc et pair_ of the old school; but, on putting the question to _the frotteur_, who himself might have passed for a _figurante_ at the opera, he informed us that he was '_Notre bourgeois_,' the master of the hotel. "