suspire

[suh-SPAHY-uhr]

verb

To utter with long, sighing breaths.

The comedian suspired his monologue, and the audience was sure it was because he had just received a blow job from the haggard looking cocktail waitress.

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inroad

/ˈɪnˌroʊd/

noun

1 the entrance of an enemy into a country with purposes of hostility…

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erubescent

Red, or reddish; blushing.

Katherine ran the back of her hand along the underside of Kieran’s cock, grazing the hair on his balls. They’d played the edging game before, but she never grew tired feeling his erubescent flesh warm as he twitched toward climax.

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lurid

[loor-id]

adjective

Gruesome; horrible.

Tourists would be wise to avoid the lurid sex shops on Christopher St…

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balneal

[bal-NEE-uhl]

adjective

Of or pertaining to baths or bathing.

The humidity in New York this summer is as balneal as a goddamned steam room in the gay part of San Fran.

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apostasy

[uh-pos-tuh-see]

noun

A total desertion of or departure from one’s religion, principles, party, cause, etc.

More people seemed strengthened by news of their Pastor being outed as a raging-homosexual sex-fiend, than it did to cause a mass apostasy.

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countervail

[kown-tur-VAYL]

trans

verb. To act against with equal force, power, or effect; to counteract…

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