trick:1. Originally, a bout of lovemaking .
(1) Jerry Stewart (Clark Gable) and a clerk about Connie Randall in No Man of Her Own (1932):
-- Babe: ' Who's the live wire? '
-- Clerk: ' That's Connie ... A cute-trick , but oh boy! Is she spirited .'
4. A prostitute's customer.
SYNONYMS: baby ; beef-burger ; client ; cull ; date ; fare ; john ; meal-ticket ; meatball ; money-trick ; patron ; piper ; punter ; sucker ; TOS ; trade .
SEE ALSO: 33 ; 78 ; champagne-trick ; curb-crawler ; freak-trick ; frequent-flyer .
10. A quick sexual encounter with someone.
11. Tricks , lovemaking techniques.
See Also: 33, 78, all-night man, all-nighter, baby, beef burger, beguile, black widow, break luck, breaking luck, burglar, client, cookies, counter, cull, cute trick, date, do over, dragon lady, fare, flat-backer, floater, freak, French, French art(s), French culture(s), frig, john, Johnnie, live wire, magic wand, meal ticket, meatball, meretrice, meretrix, money trick, monkey business, mouth love, mouthlove, oldest profession, oldest trade, oragenital sex, oral coitus, oral copulation, oral eroticism, oral genitalism, oral intercourse, oral sex, oral stimulation, oral-genital sex, oralism, orogenital sex, orolabial stimulation, patron, piper, pull a trick, punter, regular trick, romantricks, scalp hunter, seventy-eight, short timer, Snaky-Lick Trick, straight date, straight trick, sucker, thirty-three, three-inch fool, TOS, trade, trich, trick, trick baby, turn a date, turn a trick, turn tricks, turned out, variety artist, wand, wet patch, wet spot, works, the, yard
Quotes Containing trick:
Ingrid Bergman: ''A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.''
Lawrence Paros, The Erotic Tongue (1984) about the word yard : ''By 1850 it had become obsolete. Yet the yard lives on in every man''s fantasy, though the details of the fantasy clash. We have the old adage, "Short and thick does the trick" (18thC), as well as Robert Burns''s "Nine inch will please a lady" while contemporary folk hyperbole immortalizes theman with a nine-inch pr**k and a twelve-inch tongue who can breathe through his ears. In our world , however, it''s the three-inch-fool (The Taming of the Shrew) who clearly is the rule.''
Connie (Kelly Lynch) to Joe Casella (William Baldwin) in Three of Hearts (1993): 'Love is like some fucking force of nature. You can't trick it ... you sure can't control it . That's the great part, that's the ride . Enjoy it .'
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