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  • v. To share a bed or bedroom with.
  • v. To have sexual intercourse with.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. have sexual intercourse with


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  • After some careful deliberation during which Lisa says, I dont know if Im ready just yet, meaning I dont want you to stop liking me if I sleep with you and interpreted, incorrectly, by Louis as Im not sure if I am sexually attracted to you, they finally get down to it.

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • And by the light of the moon, or was it the glow of halogen from a streetlight, she vowed, like Kunta Kinte holding his infant son to the night sky in Roots, to sleep with the next man who crossed her path who acted the slightest bit interested.

    Isabel’s Bed

  • The religious idea that the soul is immortal made even the Jews hold that the just, after death, went to sleep with their fathers (cf. Gen., xlvii, 30; III Kings, ii, 10; II Mach., vii, 45), and

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Thing was, he awoke in the evening, to the pervasive grow lights in his garage apartment in the Marina, then drove four blocks under the streetlights to the brightly lit Safeway, then got off work in the morning when the sun was well off the horizon, to return to his grow-lit apartment, to sleep with a satin mask in place.

    You Suck

  • Stephen King writes scary stuff, and really scary stuff, and stuff so goddamned ultra-creepy that it makes you want to sleep with the lights on.

    Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned from Judy Blume

  • In another joke, addressed to Janet Armstrong, Hope quipped, “It must be tough to sleep with a man who keeps murmuring ‘Buzz, Buzz.’”

    First Man

  • Though I sleep with goys, marry and divorce them, work with them, and have borne their children, make no mistake: I am a Jew and will always be a Jew because I cannot NOT be a Jew.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Why in the world would my mother sleep with a wretched-looking creature called Blister?

    Finding Dignity

  • “They instructed us back at the base,” says the soldier Mor, “that the women hanging around this guy, your King Tazza, that they were all, you know, easy, it was a cult and the women had to sleep with King Tazza and the women had diseases and would try to get us to, you know, do it with them so then the diseases would knock us out of action.”

    Our American King

  • The night of the basilisks attack, hed found her in the bluffs high above the camp to thank her for saving the lives of his peopleand to indicate that she was still to sleep with him.

    Kiss of a Demon King


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