humping


humping
hÊŒmp n. bump; rounded projection (especially on the back of humans or animals); small raised area of land, small hillock v. bend the back, arch the back upward; ball, engage in sexual intercourse (Vulgar Slang)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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