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See also: muff diving

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

muff-diving

  1. Alternative spelling of muff diving
    • 1976, Darwin Porter, Butterflies in the Heart
      You muff-diving, bleached-out, burnt-up old dyke.

NounEdit

muff-diving (uncountable)

  1. Alternative spelling of muff diving
    • 1971, Alfred Bertram Guthrie, Arfive
      [...] sodomy and pederasty and maybe muff-diving.
    • 1977, John Gregory Dunne, True Confessions
      He wondered what muff-diving had to do with love.
    • 2003, Peter Thorpe, Phinney Ridge
      He knew that this had been going on since civilization began, and he’d read a passage in an ancient Roman satirist called Juvenal that described it—cunnilingus, pussy-eating, going down, muff-diving, translate it any way you will.