Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


Or: win-over , to gain the trust, loyalty, love , or affection of.
See Also: a piece of tail, ball-busting, battle of the sexes, brown, goodies, hump your fist, humping, make a play for, masculine quotient, MQ, on the make, piece of tail, run after, set one's cap for, smooth operator, throw oneself at, win, X-appeal

Quotes Containing win:
Fast Eddie Felson (Paul Newman) to Vince (Tom Cruise) in The Color of Money (1986): ''You''ve got to have two things to win . You''ge got to have brains and you''ve got to have balls . You''ve got too much of one and not enough of the other.''
Pool husther Vince (Tom Cruise), Carmen (Mary E. Mastrantonio) in The Color of Money (1986): - Vince: ''Carmen, I''m playing here!'' - Carmen: ''Yeah! I know! Listen, you win one more game you''re gonna be humping your fist for a long time. O .K. Vincent?''
Maggy (Mary Cecil) in The Women (1939): ''You know , the first man who can think up a good explanation how he can be in-love-with his wife and another woman is going to win that prize they''re always giving out in Sweden.''
Topper Harley (Charley Sheen) in Hot Shots! (1991): ''My uncle used to tell me, not playing to win is like sleeping with your sister; sure she''s a great piece-of-tail with a blouse full of goodies , but it''s just illegal.''

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