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Or, more rarely: incher , the penis . In Renaissance literature, the penis is also referred to as: thy inches / inch of mutton . Inch worm is of much more recent usage and usually said with humor. To inch , to copulate , said of and by males. See penis for synonyms.


(1) John Dryden. (1631-1701): ' For every inch that is not fool is rogue .'

(2) Shakespeare. The Taming of the Shrew : Grumio: ' Am I but three inches? Why, thy horn is a foot ; and so long am I at least .

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Quotes Containing inch:
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.''

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