Feel someone up



Touch or fondle someone sexually, as in She complained that her boss tried to feel her up. [ Early 1900s ]

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    [feend] /find/ noun 1. Satan; the devil. 2. any evil spirit; demon. 3. a diabolically cruel or wicked person. Synonyms: monster, savage, brute, beast, devil. 4. a person or thing that causes mischief or annoyance: Those children are little fiends. 5. Informal. a person who is extremely addicted to some pernicious habit: an opium fiend. […]



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    [feend] /find/ noun 1. Satan; the devil. 2. any evil spirit; demon. 3. a diabolically cruel or wicked person. Synonyms: monster, savage, brute, beast, devil. 4. a person or thing that causes mischief or annoyance: Those children are little fiends. 5. Informal. a person who is extremely addicted to some pernicious habit: an opium fiend. […]



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