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1. Or: lock-of-locks , 18 th century container metaphor for the vagina , viewed as a place to insert the male key or penis . See vagina for synonyms.

2. Outdated word for a VD clinic.

ETYMOLOGY: From a quarantine hospital for the treatment of venereal-diseases, the Lock Lazar-House, in 15 th century Southwark.

See Also: ball locks, beast with two backs, cable tie, claustrophilia, cleisiophobia, cleithrophobia, cuff, cuffs, do the two-backed beast, docking, dog clutch, dog-knotted, dog-locked, lock, lock hospital, lock of locks, lovelock, making the beast with two backs, mesh, peep show booth, penis captivus, pick a lock, pick the lock, quiff

Quotes Containing lock:
Alex(andra) Medford (Cher) in The Witches of Eastwick (1987): ''I think we''re a little young to lock it and throw away the key .''
Ian (Joe Mantegna) and Chazz (Brendan Fraser) watching Pip (Adam Sandler) with Suzzy (Nina Siemaszko) in Airheads (1994): - Ian: ''How does he do that?'' - Chazz: ''Pip? The man gets his hands on more bumpers than a body-shop .'' - Ian: ''With that I-seem-so-stupid-I-must-be-cute routine?'' - Chazz: ''That''s the quiet cool . Chics, man , they just lock on it .''
The Council Chief (Tony Jay), consulting The Monchine, a dictionary, to Celeste (Kim Basinger) in My Stepmother is an Alien (1988): 'The Monchine 40 says: Marriage is this. He goes off to fight the Turks and you put on a lock . (2nd definition.) Marriage is this: You cook and clean and bring him martinis. (3rd definition.) The modern marriage . There are no rules or responsabilities but if he does something wrong you can set him on fire while he sleeps and go on a talk show where everybody will forgive you and love you.'

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