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1. To stimulate the anus with the tongue . See anilingus for synonyms.

2. Anal coition . See anal-copulation for synonyms.

Quote: Bruce Rodgers. The Queens' Vernacular (1972): ' Two gay boys were browsing in a bookstore; suddenly one turned to the other asking: Do you prefer Kipling to Browning? To which the other blushingly replied, I don't know - how do you kiple? '

See Also: areola, B.Q., B.S., Boston Tea Party, breast, brown, brown eye, brown eye miner, Brown family, brown handkerchief, brown star, brown word, brown-nose, brown-noser, browning, Browning family, Browning sister, Browning sisters, BS, cafe au lait, dark star, difficult brown, easy pink, fecal freak, have ones way with, hot turds, HPV, human papilloma virus, ish, melted butter, mud pies, on the make, S-word, strike out, sycophant, toilet service, toilet servitude, toilet sex, toilet slave, toilet training, two-bagger, velcro arse

Quotes Containing browning:
Marie Browning/Slim (Lauren Bacall) to Harry Morgan/Steve (Humphrey Bogart) in To Have and Have Not (1944): ''I know! I know! You don''t give a hoot what I do , but when I do-it you get sore.''
George (Ian Bannen) raising a toast in Hope and Glory (1987): ''I''m seventy-three years old. I''ve seen half the wonders of the world and I never laid eyes on a finer sight than the curve of Betty Browning''s breasts. ''
'You know , you don't have to act with me, Steve. You don't have to say anything. You don't have to do anything. Not a thing . Oh! maybe just whistle . You know how to whistle , don't you Steve? You just put your lips together and blow .' Marie Browning/Slim (Lauren Bacall) to Harry Morgan/Steve (Humphrey Bogart) in To Have and Have Not (1944). This phrase is usually remembered as: If you want me, just whistle .

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