fondle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to undertake, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • Obsolete To treat with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • to take care of or handle with pain or in a loving manner; to caress.
    • to undertake, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • To handle, swing, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • To handle, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • to address, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • to manage, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • to manage, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • to deal with, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • to take care of, swing, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • To handle, stroke, or caress lovingly. See Synonyms at caress.
    • Obsolete to deal with with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete To treat with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete To treat with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete to deal with with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete to take care of with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete to deal with with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete to take care of with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete to take care of with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • Obsolete to take care of with indulgence and solicitude; pamper.
    • to deal with or deal with with pain or in a loving way; to caress.
    • to take care of or handle with tenderness or perhaps in a loving manner; to caress.
    • To treat or handle with pain or perhaps in a loving way; to caress.
    • to take care of or manage with tenderness or perhaps in a loving manner; to caress.
    • to deal with or deal with with tenderness or in a loving fashion; to caress.
    • to deal with or deal with with pain or in a loving way; to caress.
    • to take care of or manage with pain or perhaps in a loving fashion; to caress.
    • To treat or deal with with tenderness or perhaps in a loving fashion; to caress.
    • To treat or deal with with tenderness or in a loving manner; to caress.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To show fondness or affection by caressing.
    • to exhibit fondness or love by caressing.
    • to demonstrate fondness or affection by caressing.
    • to exhibit fondness or love by caressing.
    • showing fondness or affection by caressing.
    • to demonstrate fondness or affection by caressing.
    • to demonstrate fondness or love by caressing.
    • to exhibit fondness or affection by caressing.
    • showing fondness or love by caressing.
    • To show fondness or affection by caressing.
  • verb:
    • To touch or stroke lovingly.
    • To grasp.
    • touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing way
    • to the touch or stroke lovingly.
    • to the touch or stroke lovingly.
    • To touch or stroke lovingly.
    • To touch or stroke lovingly.
    • to the touch or stroke lovingly.
    • To touch or stroke lovingly.
    • to the touch or stroke lovingly.
    • to the touch or stroke lovingly.
    • to understand.
    • to understand.
    • To grasp.
    • To grasp.
    • to know.
    • to understand.
    • to understand.
    • to understand.
    • To touch or stroke lovingly.
    • touch or swing gently in a loving or endearing fashion
    • touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing fashion
    • To grasp.
    • touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing way
    • touch or swing softly in a loving or endearing way
    • touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing way
    • touch or swing softly in a loving or endearing fashion
    • touch or swing gently in a loving or endearing way
    • touch or stroke gently in a loving or endearing manner
    • touch or swing softly in a loving or endearing way
  • others:
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: as, to fondle a young child.
    • To show fondness, as by manners, terms, or caresses.
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: since, to fondle a child.
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: since, to fondle a young child.
    • to deal with with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: since, to fondle a kid.
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: because, to fondle a young child.
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: as, to fondle a child.
    • to demonstrate fondness, as by manners, terms, or caresses.
    • to deal with with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: since, to fondle a young child.
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: because, to fondle a child.
    • To show fondness, as by ways, terms, or caresses.
    • to exhibit fondness, as by ways, terms, or caresses.
    • to exhibit fondness, as by manners, terms, or caresses.
    • to take care of with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: since, to fondle a child.
    • showing fondness, as by manners, words, or caresses.
    • showing fondness, as by ways, words, or caresses.
    • showing fondness, as by ways, terms, or caresses.
    • to demonstrate fondness, as by ways, words, or caresses.
    • To treat with tender caresses; bestow tokens of love upon; caress: since, to fondle a kid.
    • To show fondness, as by manners, terms, or caresses.

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