Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of testicle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

  • Remember, one of the original "guidelines" was that confusing the words could have serious repercussions, you know, like Morgaine's following pair (yes, this word is an intentional double entendre): cajones/cojones drawers/balls (as in testicles)

    The Scarlet Letter (another word game)

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