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- v. Present participle of hug.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Affectionate embracing; caressing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Maddened by the sound of the water, Jerry had first to endure an embracing and hugging from the boy, who, squatted on his hams, rocked back and forth and mumbled a strange little crooning song.
And pillow-hugging is also a hobby of mine when female company is lacking.
That was his idea and he may or may not write a fic about it and how it pertains to certain hugging aversions in the season 4 finale.
I treasure a clean environment and just one picture of Mcain hugging Dubya was enough for me.
The MoveOn spot closes with a picture of President Bush and John McCain hugging that has been used often in advertising from Democrats and anti-McCain third-party groups this cycle.
Just keep the picture of McCain hugging Bush and you have McCain all figured out.
Teenage hugging is a gateway affection that inevitably leads to hand holding.
Oh yeah, and whining while tree hugging is even more difficult, it would require a person to perform 2 tasks at the same time.
I should point out that my hugging is not uncontrollable or continually forced upon people.
McCain hugging his godfather Bush reminds one of the 1972 movie with Pacino at the end being kissed and hugged as the great head of a criminal mafia empire involved in murder, death, big money, etc.