bareback

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EtymologyEdit

bare +‎ back

PronunciationEdit

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈbɛəbæk/
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AdjectiveEdit

bareback (not comparable)

  1. Without a saddle.
    bareback riding

AdverbEdit

bareback (not comparable)

  1. Without a saddle.
    I can ride a horse bareback.
  2. (slang) Without a condom.
    We had sex bareback.

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VerbEdit

bareback (third-person singular simple present barebacks, present participle barebacking, simple past and past participle barebacked)

  1. (intransitive, slang) To have sex without a condom.
  2. (intransitive, slang) To have, usually male to male, anal sex without a condom.
  3. (transitive, slang) To anally penetrate without a condom
    In this video, the big guy is barebacking the little guy.

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NounEdit

bareback (plural barebacks)

  1. A bird, raised for meat, that lacks feathers, seen as an undesirable trait.
    • 1950, Poultry Digest (volume 9, page 91)
      Buyers discount many broiler flocks by from one to five cents a pound due to barebacks, but the loss to the industry does not end there. Barebacked broilers slow down the pickers in the dressing plants which results in a loss in labor.