from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Vulgar Slang Oral-genital sex between two people at the same time.
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- n. The cardinal number following sixty-eight and preceding seventy.
- n. A sex position where two people give each other oral sex at the same time.
- v. To have sex in the sixty-nine position.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being nine more than sixty
- n. oral sex practiced simultaneously by two people
Justices Stevens, Ginsburg, and Breyer remain on the Court, but David Souter resigned in 2009, at the relatively young age for a departing justice of sixty-nine years old.
The map documented ten incidents of “sabotage,” thirty-one incidents of “underground activities,” sixty-nine “attacks on personnel,” 140 incidents of “looting,” eighty-three “wire cuts” of military communications, and one “riot.”
Freedom House, a New York–based think tank that tracks the progress of democracy around the world, records that in 1989 there were sixty-nine electoral democracies in the world, accounting for around 41 percent of nation-states.
When she was an old woman of sixty-nine she shot ` Bloody 'Halcliffe down in the midst of his armed escort and got away unscathed.
I had never seen him look so old; for there, at that moment, I beheld the wastage and weariness of all his sixty-nine years of sea-battling and sea-staring.
At sixty-nine, my mother finally became a grandmother!
At age sixty-nine, Leo Moceri was in good health except for recent gallbladder surgery and poorly fitting dentures about which he frequently complained.
BMW One hundred sixty-nine undergraduates stared at an "X" on a computer screen for two minutes with a wad of saliva-capturing cotton in their mouths.
For a man of sixty-nine, Douglas was fit and, yes her biased opinion, fine—kind of Richard Branson meets Sean Connery fine.
A recent Women's Monitor poll done for EMILY's List, a national group that supports progressive female candidates, found that sixty-nine percent of women voters would be more interested in voting "if they knew their vote would send a message to Washington that it's time to get things done for everyday people and stop posturing and serving the special interests."