See also: lovenest

EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

love nest (plural love nests)

  1. (idiomatic, colloquial) A residence, especially a condominium or cabin, where a couple (particularly a newly cohabiting/married couple) can enjoy each other's company.
    • 2003, Sara Bliss, The Thoroughly Modern Married Girl: Staying Sensational After Saying "I Do"[1], →ISBN, page 29:
      You two may enter the real estate process assuming that finding a little love nest is simply a matter of spotting a dream pad, placing an offer, and picking out curtains.
  2. (idiomatic, colloquial) A place suitable for or used for having sexual intercourse.
    • 1980, Lena Pepitoe, William Stadier, Marilyn Monroe Confidential - p.209
      She even purchased a Mexican-style house to live in which she described as her "Los Angeles love nest".
  3. (idiomatic, colloquial, dated) vagina
    1797-1801, Marquis de Sade - Juliette (translated)
    He....jerked my legs apart and, while the unconscious old kraut's juice seeped from my love nest, buried his face in the moist crevice, sucking, licking and lapping with the energy of ten men.[2]

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