fondling definition

  • noun:
    • a pet, individual or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of tenderness.
    • one or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with silly or doting affection.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • A person who is fond or silly; certainly one of poor brain or character; a fool.
    • one or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without experience of the genital organs)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of tenderness.
    • an individual or thing fondled or caressed; one addressed with foolish or doting love.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • A person who is fond or foolish; one of poor head or personality; a fool.
    • you or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital body organs)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate item of fondling (see below verb)
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • an individual or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with foolish or doting love.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • someone who is fond or foolish; one of poor brain or personality; a fool.
    • an individual or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without experience of the genital organs)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate item of fondling (see below verb)
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • someone or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with silly or doting affection.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • an individual who is fond or foolish; certainly one of weak head or character; a fool.
    • someone or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without connection with the genital organs)
    • a pet, person or inanimate item of fondling (see below verb)
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • A person or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with silly or doting love.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • somebody who is fond or foolish; among poor head or personality; a fool.
    • people or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without connection with the vaginal body organs)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate item of fondling (see below verb)
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of tenderness.
    • someone or thing fondled or caressed; one addressed with silly or doting affection.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • someone who is fond or foolish; certainly one of poor brain or personality; a fool.
    • an individual or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without connection with the vaginal organs)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate item of fondling (see below verb)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • a pet, person or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • The act of caressing; manifestation of tenderness.
    • The act of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • The act of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • A person or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with foolish or doting affection.
    • someone or thing fondled or caressed; one addressed with silly or doting affection.
    • A person or thing fondled or caressed; one addressed with foolish or doting love.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • somebody who is fond or foolish; among poor brain or personality; a fool.
    • a pet, person or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • a pet, person or inanimate object of fondling (see below verb)
    • The act of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • somebody who is fond or silly; one of poor head or personality; a fool.
    • an individual who is fond or silly; among weak head or personality; a fool.
    • one or thing fondled or caressed.
    • someone or thing fondled or caressed.
    • an individual or thing fondled or caressed.
    • The act of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • The act of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without connection with the vaginal body organs)
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without connection with the genital body organs)
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without connection with the vaginal body organs)
    • one or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with foolish or doting love.
    • A person or thing fondled or caressed; one treated with foolish or doting affection.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • A person who is fond or silly; among weak head or personality; a fool.
    • someone who is fond or foolish; one of poor brain or personality; a fool.
    • you or thing fondled or caressed.
    • an individual or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the vaginal body organs)
    • a pet, individual or inanimate item of fondling (see below verb)
    • you or thing fondled or caressed; one addressed with silly or doting love.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • The work of caressing; manifestation of pain.
    • an individual who is fond or foolish; one of poor mind or personality; a fool.
    • one or thing fondled or caressed; one addressed with foolish or doting affection.
    • people or thing fondled or caressed.
    • A fool; a simpleton; a ninny.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without experience of the vaginal organs)
    • an individual who is fond or silly; one of poor brain or character; a fool.
    • someone or thing fondled or caressed.
    • affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the vaginal body organs)
  • verb:
    • Present participle of fondle.
    • Present participle of fondle.
    • Present participle of fondle.
    • provide participle of fondle.
    • provide participle of fondle.
    • Present participle of fondle.
    • provide participle of fondle.
    • provide participle of fondle.
    • current participle of fondle.
    • provide participle of fondle.
    • provide participle of fondle.
    • Present participle of fondle.
    • Present participle of fondle.

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