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

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Examples

  • Razor futtered in his Jeans pocket for the assembled cash while placating God with an embarrassed smile at Benny's last remark and now stationary gobsmackedness.

    God on Paddy's Night.

  • Then quoth she; “These be the signets of five hundred and seventy men who have all futtered me upon the horns of this foul, this foolish, this filthy Ifrit; so give me also your two seal rings, ye pair of brothers.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Then she bade me futter the girl, and I futtered her till she fainted away, when the old woman took her up (and she unconscious), and set her parts to the mouth of the cooking-pot.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Presently, he sprang upon her and rogered her again; and when he ended he again sat down to rest, and he ceased not so doing till he had futtered her ten times and they both fell to the ground in a fainting-fit and lay without motion.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • So Peg made his pobs (6) an 'then futtered (7) abaat,

    Yorkshire Dialect Poems (1673-1915) and traditional poems

  • "These be the signets of five hundred and seventy men who have all futtered me upon the horns of this foul, this foolish, this filthy Ifrit; so give me also your two seal rings, ye pair of brothers."

    Arabian nights. English

  • He ate and drank and lay with her and futtered her.

    Arabian nights. English

  • He was armed with a dagger and I could not get free of him till he had taken my maidenhead by force; and this sufficed him not, but he must needs disgrace me with all the folk for, as often as I came down from the palace, he would stand in wait for me by the way and futtered me against my will and follow me wheresoever I went.

    Arabian nights. English

  • For such a name, O general unique, hast thou been to the furthest island of the west, that this thy futtered-out Mentula should squander hundreds of hundreds?

    The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus

  • Presently the youth returned to the house and taking one of his father's wives lay with her and enjoyed her and she also had her joy of him; and when he had done all he wanted with her he fared forth from her to the second wife in her chamber and stretched himself beside her and toyed with her and futtered her.

    Arabian nights. English

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