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1. The clitoris . An African-Americans coinage dating back to WWII, now internationally widespread; also, the title of a song by Anita Ward, Ring My Bell : ' You can ring my bell any time you want to. '

2. The glans-penis , short for bell-end. See penis for synonyms.

See Also: ball dancing, bell, bell dancing, bell polishing, bell-end (of the penis), bell-knobbed, bell-swagged, cheesy bell-end, clapper, clappers, cock cheese, cockhead cheese, corn on the cob, cottage cheese, dick butter, dick dolcenatte, dick-dairy, end, fumenda cheese, have one's bell rung, knob cheese, mushroom-rigged, mushroom-tipped, ring someone's chimes, ring the stork bell, smegma, smentana, tuna tins, turn on, turn someone on

Quotes Containing bell:
Clarence Oddbody (Henry Travers), an AS II (Angel Second Class) in It''s a Wonderful Life (1946): ''Everytime you hear a bell ring , it means some angel just got his wings .''
Maria (Ingrid Bergman) to Robert Jordan (Gary Cooper) in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943): ''I don''t know how to kiss ... or I would kiss you. Where do the noses go?''
Tom Watson (Bud Abbott) and George Bell (Lou Costello) in Lost in Alaska (1952): - Tom: 'George, do you know my wife's an angel?' - George: 'You're lucky. Mine's living.'

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