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  • n. Plural form of girlfriend.


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  • About one-third of them got married or found long-term girlfriends and became fathers; those men were more likely to have higher testosterone levels before becoming fathers, perhaps because it helped them attract women.

    Father's testosterone drops steeply after baby arrives

  • I found out on the weekend, in fact, that one of my best girlfriends is that type, and she is a fine and lovely woman.

    What Type Is Your Blog? « Tales from the Reading Room

  • The only thing I forget about my ex-girlfriends is where I burried them.


  • Steinberg suggested that I called my girlfriends and asked that they support Carol, and nothing could be further from the truth.

    Hermene Hartman: Where Are You, Neil Steinberg?

  • The third-year wideout became engaged to Kendra Wilkinson, who co-stars on '' The Girls Next Door '' as one of Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner's three live-in girlfriends in the E! reality series.

  •  Then I call my girlfriends or my sister, or we invite other couples for dinner.


  • Then I called my girlfriends—Jenny, Jennifer, Melissa, and Jodi—and told them I was breaking up with him.

    sTORI Telling

  • In the same coastal cities two towns have been marked as tourists child sex towns in Kenya, where the white aging 60s, 70s and 80s are frequently spotted with young little girls aging 12-25 whom they call their girlfriends or fiancés.

    Child Prostitution on the Rise in Kenya

  • It turns out that miners, not surprisingly, prefer long-term girlfriends in the townships to hasty tussles in the wet grass with prostitutes.

    The Hidden Cause of AIDS

  • With her head bowed, Katie could pick out the soft voices of her baptized girlfriends, the reluctant sigh of her own mother, the stiff resolve of her father.

    Plain Truth


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