Dally



verb (used without object), dallied, dallying.
1.
to waste time; loiter; delay.
2.
to act playfully, especially in an amorous or flirtatious way.
3.
to play mockingly; trifle:
to dally with danger.
verb (used with object), dallied, dallying.
4.
to waste (time) (usually followed by away).
verb (intransitive) -lies, -lying, -lied
1.
to waste time idly; dawdle
2.
(usually foll by with) to deal frivolously or lightly with; trifle; toy: to dally with someone’s affections
daisy chain

noun phrase

Sexual acts shared or partly shared by more than two people at the same time in the same place; group sex (1941+)

verb phrase

To connect; link; chain: Up to 8 EXP-16’s may be daisy-chained together for a total of 128 differential inputs (1990s+)

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