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  • noun dated Person who engages in kissing and petting.


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spoon +‎ -er


  • Also, I am playful/outgoing because I use the straw to scoop the foam out of my cup (also known as a straw "spooner").

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • Uploaded on March 30, 2009 just wondering if anyone has seen the photo on the Wisconsin DNR website showing a cougar caught in a tree by two men in spooner with there hounds.

    Wisconsin Cougar

  • Category: lysander spooner, norm dicks, tea parties, twenty-dollar bill

    The woman with the twenty-dollar bill. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Tax cuts-gas tax holidays; a silver spooner that rode somebody else's back to get to where they are clinging to populist pandering.

    Clinton loves America because of Tivo

  • Sex with him cant be a Broadway opening every night, so you have to find yourself a good spooner.

    Become Your Own Matchmaker

  • June 26, 2009 18:57pm can i borrow that bus for using at my school as one of our school buses the spooner

    Take a Ride on the AT-AT School Bus

  • Kerry is another harvard cut-out silver spooner, A clone of Bush and his Ilk as far as I†™ m concerned.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast AM: June 27, 2006

  • I read your cover story on the life and times of William F. Buckley with interest, noting what an alternate view of him might include: that he was a silver spooner with a golden tongue, a national spokesman for a losing ideology, and far off the mark on political reality.

    The Architect of Modern Conservatism

  • There's Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley), who must deal with the reality of dating his fantasy girl; Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford), the moneyed silver-spooner who struggles to break free from his rigid life of privilege, and Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick), the young rake who discovers, as rakes often do, that he's all soft on the inside.

    Why Men Love 'Gossip Girl'

  • The album itself is pure spooner -- pretentious, thin and over-thought.

    Music (For Robots): April 2005 Archives


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  • ..a morning

    as honeyed as England ever

    gifted a couple of spooners with.

    - Peter Reading, Hymn, from Nothing for Anyone, 1977

    June 26, 2008