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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lubricate.
- adj. treated with a lubricant
- adj. drunk
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. smeared with oil or grease to reduce friction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. smeared with oil or grease to reduce friction
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Here is a blog entry where they go to get "lubricated" at the pub, and ...
Also, since Seattle won't allow you to have a drink in a strip club either, I wonder if they give them a stipend so they can get themselves a little "lubricated" prior to their shift?
I guess this is just part of the "offering culture" in which teacher get "lubricated" as well.
I feel like my muscles get all warm and 'lubricated'..
It was a jovial assemblage, well lubricated by preprandial cocaine and expensive dinner wine.
Sigs are very reliable, easy to strip and clean but do need to be kept well lubricated.
Barley lubricated his neurons and caused them to fire.
The dynamic expansion plan, lubricated with easy access to capital, is hardly unusual on America's gleaming campuses.
With a little vaginal self-massage, Jane found that her pelvic muscles felt more supple and her vagina was more lubricated on a regular basis.
He figured, rightly, that anyone Obama picked who had not publicly burned an American flag would likely be confirmed, and that she would be cheered all the way down this lubricated chute by the Obama-loving MSM.