LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||29/ABR/2006 1:57 PM|
cocktease, cock-tease = vb Usu. of a coquettish girl, to lead a man on with sexual foreplay and then refuse to engage in sexual intercourse. Also prickteaser. As with cockteaser, the British seemingly prefer the hyphenated form prick-teaser over the commonly used, AmE non-hyphenated [solid] form.
Less strictly, you can use just the capitalized initials of cock-tease to signify just that: "She CT'ed me," meaning "She excited me sexually and then refused intercourse." But I wouldn't recommend using it in formal, etiquette-enforced environments such as the Buckingham Palace. You wouldn't tell whether Ms. Lewinski might have thought of it and whether Mr. Clinton ever felt "CT'ed" during his term as President of the U. S. of A.
I don't know much about the other words.
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